Be kareful! The Kardashian-Jenner sisters warned one another not to post their locations on social media for the world to see, months before Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in Paris Monday, October 3.
Earlier this year, the reality stars pranked their youngest sister, Kylie Jenner, in an attempt to scare her into being more careful with her online posts. In the July 17 episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kourtney Kardashian expressed her safety concerns.
“I think we take our security really seriously. There’s been a guy following Kylie and she isn’t taking it seriously. Kylie is so huge on social media,” the eldest sister, 37, said in the season 12 episode. “She’s one of the most followed people on Snapchat, which shows your location instantly. It’s not safe.”
Kourtney also revealed that police officials warned Jenner, 19, to stop posting on the social media app after one of her stalkers escaped from a psychiatric ward. “Even the police told her to stop posting her location, and she didn’t,” the TV personality said of her younger sibling.
“We need to do something that will terrify her,” Khloé Kardashian replied before joking, “Shall we hold her at gunpoint?”
Later on, when the sisters took the lip kit maven out for lunch, they had a pal attach a bunch of pink balloons with Jenner’s face on them all over her car. The teen was unamused by the scare tactic and complained that it was “embarrassing.”
Now it appears Kim, 35, didn’t take her sisters’ advice either. Hours before a group of armed robbers broke into her private residence at Hôtel de Pourtalès in Paris earlier this week, she Snapchatted a series of selfies from her room in addition to a note wishing brother Rob Kardashian and his fiancée, Blac Chyna, “a happy baby shower from Paris!”
As Us Weekly previously reported, Kim was tied up, gagged and thrown into a bathroom in the luxury apartment as thieves stole more than $10 million worth of jewelry. The robbers are still at large.
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