Robber involved in the Kim Kardashian Paris case is writing a tell-all book

Robber involved in the Kim Kardashian Paris case is writing a tell-all book

In October 2016, Kim Kardashian was held at gunpoint in her Paris apartment while thieves collected and escaped with £8-million worth of jewelry, leaving Kim completely traumatised.

Yunice Abbas

Being a victim of crime is no laughing matter.

No matter how "big" or "small" the crime was, many people will be left with some kind of lingering trauma.

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Unfortunately, you just never know how safe you are in this world.

Someone who most people would consider to be exceptionally well guarded and safe from these types of situations is Kim Kardashian.

But even the rich and famous can fall victim to awful crimes.

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This robbery case is probably one of the most infamous in the world, partly because of Kim's status, but also because of the struggles she faced after the incident and the documentation of her recovery on 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians'.

It was also the largest robbery of an individual in France in over two decades, as the thieves made off with a combined haul of about R162-million, with most of it never being recovered

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It also seems that no matter how badly the family wants to move on from this traumatic experience, other people aren't willing to give up their five minutes of fame that easily.

Yunice Abbas is one of these people.

The 67-year-old calls himself a "part-time crook' and was one of the 12 people who were arrested in connection with the case.

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Now, years later, he has decided to come clean and tell his side of the story, which includes a more in-depth look at his life and how it led to him being a part of that heist.

The book is titled, 'I Kidnapped A Kardashian', and his greatest hope is that this book will serve as his truth.

He was the last to leave the crime scene and came face-to-face with the police.

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While he has plans to contest the charges, he does say that he fears going back to jail.

It seems that after 21 years of hopping in and out of jail, this case was the one that finally convinced Abbas that this life is no longer for him.

However, it might just be a little too late.

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