Wednesday, 2 November 2016

Kim Kardashian’s Return to Social Media After Paris Robbery Was ‘an Error’

Not time yet. Kim Kardashian made her highly anticipated return to social media on Monday, October 31, by sharing three posts on Facebook — and then quickly deleting them. Before the posts, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 36, had stayed silent online in the wake of her Paris robbery on October 3.


On Monday, the reality star blasted out a photo of herself lounging and reading her smartphone to promote her collaboration with LuMee phone cases and also shared two links to her app — one to throwback family Halloween videos compiled by Kourtney Kardashian and another to a story written by her assistant Steph Sheppard about Halloween costume ideas.
Kim Kardashian’s Return to Social Media After Paris Robbery Was ‘an Error’
While fans welcomed Kim’s return to social media, a source tells Us Weeklythat the posts weren’t supposed to go up on Monday. "The posts were an error. She’s still figuring out when is the right time for her to come back,” the insider explains.

The Selfish author is still recovering from the traumatic robbery, where five intruders broke into her luxury apartment, and gagged and bound her before making off with an estimated $10 million in jewelry.

However, she did quietly return to Twitter to cut down the list of people she follows from 121 to 108 accounts on October 13.

Kim has slowly been wading back into the spotlight with several low-key outings last week. On October 24, she was photographed grabbing frozen yogurt with her close friend Jonathan Cheban. The following three nights, she joined husband Kanye West backstage at his L.A. concerts at The Forum.
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