Kim Kar­dashian is at­tacked by cruel trolls on so­cial me­dia fol­low­ing hor­rific gun­point at­tack in Par­ishe

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Kim Kar­dashian has been at­tacked by cruel trolls on so­cial me­dia af­ter being held at gun­point in her Parisian ho­tel.

The 35-year-old mother of two was left 'badly shaken' but 'phys­i­cally un­harmed' af­ter hav­ing mil­lions of dol­lars worth of jew­ellery stolen from her.

But while many peo­ple ex­pressed their sym­pa­thy over the hor­rific in­ci­dent, oth­ers claimed she de­served what hap­pened as they mocked the re­al­ity star on Twit­ter.

Among the bar­rage of cruel words in­cluded var­i­ous users hurl­ing abuse. @Al­co­hol­isha­lal wrote: 'Should've shot her lmao #KimKar­dashian #KimK.'

While @Steve_Allen92 added: 'Kim Kar­dashian robbed at gun­point in Paris... Fi­nally some good news on a Mon­day.'

@pao­ra420nz slammed her, writ­ing: 'Bet the same peo­ple that robbed #KimKar­dashian robbed Ryan lochte.'

Tweets con­tin­ued with: '@mat­t2_­turn­bull As bad as this is , strug­gling to find too much sym­pa­thy for her.'

While @stevede28 added: 'Who cares! An RAF ser­vice­man is miss­ing! That's news! This sour faced fat a***d cow isn't.'

@AlexMor­ley1 wrote: ' should have gone the whole hog and fin­ished her off as well. Can't wait for Kanye too make this about him.'

@Not_ME_y_t­wat said: 'Who f **** ing cares about #KimKar­dashian what the f*** is she I'm more con­cerned I've just had to put my heat­ing on in Oc­to­ber #coldup­north.'

While some were in­cred­i­bly vile about what hap­pened to Kim, a mother of two, oth­ers took the time to share more pos­i­tive words about the su­per­star.

@Deb­bieJunePD wrote: 'Gun­point In Paris Kim Kar­dashian's not my fa­vorite per­son but what hap­pened to her NO ex­cuse for hope they're caught and she re­cov­ers fully.'

@holyfIacko added: 'Kim Kar­dashian is a mother and wife. Two young kids could have lost their mother to­day and there are peo­ple mak­ing fun of that? Dis­gust­ing.'

@sjs­magic added: 'Send­ing my love, hugs and wishes to @KimKar­dashian.'

While @rv_2000 wrote: '@KimKar­dashian what a shock, the news about your rob­bery. Hope you are feel­ing well!'

The posts come af­ter Kim re­ceived sup­port on so­cial me­dia from a host of celebri­ties. James Cor­den, 38, was one of the first peo­ple to speak up and show his sup­port.

'Peo­ple mak­ing jokes about @KimKar­dashian tonight would do well to re­mem­ber that she's a mother, a daugh­ter, a wife, a friend. Be nice or shut up,' tweeted the English chat show host.

Kim's friend Chrissy Teigen, 30, also took to Twit­ter in the wake of the rob­bery.

The model com­mented on the na­ture of fame in a se­ries of tweets.

'No one is beg­ging you for sym­pa­thy. I know the game plan is to nat­u­rally hate celebri­ties,' she tweeted af­ter a Twit­ter user asked her if peo­ple should feel sorry for af­flu­ent Kim.

'Please do not think that I think celebri­ties are spe­cial snowflakes. I just miss em­pa­thy, in gen­eral, for every­one,' she later added.

Bri­tish singer and ac­tress Cynthia Erivo, 29, also tweeted about it.

'Glad @KimKar­dashian is ok! No hu­man being de­serves the treat­ment she's had this week,' tweeted the Broad­way star.

She was ref­er­enc­ing prankster Vi­talii Sediuk who slipped past se­cu­rity on Wed­nes­day and tried to tackle Kim while ap­par­ently try­ing to kiss her fa­mous be­hind.

Piers Mor­gan, 51, also tweeted his sym­pa­thy fol­low­ing the rob­bery.

'Feel very sorry for @Kim Kar­dashian. Must have been a ter­ri­fy­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. #Paris #rob­bery,' Piers tweeted.

The Hills veteran Spencer Pratt, 33, also took to Twit­ter.

'I will al­ways re­mem­ber where I was drink­ing when Kim was robbed,' he tweeted be­fore adding in an­other tweet 'ob­vi­ously there is noth­ing funny about this'.

The re­al­ity star had '$11 mil­lion' worth of jew­ellery stolen by at least two armed masked men dressed as po­lice of­fi­cers. The men stole a jew­ellery box worth €6 mil­lion and a ring worth €4 mil­lion, re­ports claim.7

At around 2.30am, the rob­bers are be­lieved to have en­tered the build­ing and hand­cuffed the night guard. They then en­tered Kim's room, threat­ened her with a weapon, 'tied her up and locked her in the bath­room'.

The mother-of-two, who is in the city for Paris Fash­ion Week, is 'badly shaken but phys­i­cally un­harmed', a spokes­woman said.

Hus­band Kanye West was told of the raid half­way through a head­line per­for­mance at the Meadow Mu­sic and Art Fes­ti­val, New York, and im­me­di­ately can­celled the set.

Their daugh­ter, North, three, and 10-month-old son Saint, are not be­lieved to have been in the room at the time.

Mem­bers of "Vella de Xi­quets de Valls" fall as they try to com­plete their hu­man tower dur­ing the 26th Hu­man Tower Com­pe­ti­tion in Tar­rag­ona, Spain, on Sun­day, Oct. 2, 2016. The tra­di­tion of build­ing hu­man tow­ers, or Castells, dates back to the 18th cen­tury and takes place dur­ing fes­ti­vals in Cat­alo­nia, where "colles", or teams, com­pete to build the tallest and most com­pli­cated tow­ers. The struc­ture of the castells varies de­pend­ing on their com­plex­ity. A castell is con­sid­ered com­pletely suc­cess­ful when it is loaded and un­loaded with­out fall­ing apart. The high­est castell in his­tory was a 10 floor struc­ture with 3 peo­ple in each floor. In 2010 castells were de­clared by UNESCO one of the Mas­ter­pieces of the Oral and In­tan­gi­ble Her­itage of Hu­man­ity. Pho­to­graph: AP

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