In Touch (USA) - - Feud News -

In the wake of a ter­ri­fy­ing gun­point rob­bery in her Paris ho­tel room, Kim Kar­dashian is strug­gling emo­tion­ally. “She’s been suf­fer­ing se­vere panic at­tacks and re­fuses to be alone,” a source tells In Touch of the re­al­ity star, 36, who was tied up by armed thieves and robbed of mil­lions in jew­elry on Oct. 3. “She’s also been hav­ing flash­backs and night­mares. She’s a ner­vous wreck.” The only re­lief she gets comes from talk­ing to her ther­a­pist, who is on call 24 hours a day. “Kim can reach out at any time, day or night,” says an in­sider. “It’s been very com­fort­ing for her.” The af­ter-hours ac­cess has been a must. “She gets es­pe­cially anx­ious late at night,” adds the in­sider. “Kanye [West] is back on tour, and when the kids [North, 3, and Saint, 10 months] are sleep­ing she has time to think and she just re­plays that dread­ful night over and over.” Nat­u­rally, Kim and Kanye, 39, are in­creas­ing se­cu­rity at their Bel Air man­sion, and there’s no pre­cau­tion that seems too dras­tic. “Kanye has hired a com­pany that pro­tects gov­ern­ment of­fi­cials in war-torn coun­tries,” a sec­ond source tells In Touch. One of its rec­om­men­da­tions: to in­stall a panic room equipped with cam­eras, a bath­room and other state-of-the-art fea­tures. “It will be made to with­stand a fire of over 1,000 de­grees and a 7.0 earth­quake,” adds the sec­ond source, not­ing that the pair want con­struc­tion to be­gin im­me­di­ately. Only time will tell if that will help Kim re­gain her foot­ing. “She’s not well,” says the in­sider. “It’s worse than any­one knows.”

“Kim’s or­deal is far from be­hind her,” says an in­sider.

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