Kim Kardashian's Paris robber, Aomar Ait Khedache, recently confirmed that they melted and sold nearly all of the reality TV star's jewelry after stealing them previous year. Aomar Ait Khedache, the implicated 60-year-old veteran robber, whom Le Monde called le vieux, "or old nan", said that the thieves were able to perform an appraisal of Kardashian West's jewels-and knew all about her trip to Paris-thanks to social media.
While speaking with police officials (via NY Daily News), Khedache said, "For the jewelry to never be recognized, we made the decision to melt them". "There is one person who has it".
If Kim Kardashian is hoping to one day retrieve her four million engagement or the 20-carat emerald sparkler, she could be in luck. "Everyone was afraid to sell", he said of the outrageously priced ring, "because it's a stone that's very easily spotted". It has yet to be revealed if the amount Khedache gave in his confession is true.
"She specified that she didn't wear fakes, the schedules when she came to France", Kihedache reportedly said, "It was enough to look on the internet to know everything, absolutely everything".
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Khedache was one of 17 people apprehended in connection with the robbery, and one of 10 who were ultimately charged.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paris police officials said at least 16 people were detained and held for questioning in connection the robbery.
Earlier this month, a copy of Kardashian's police report was obtained by Le Journal du Dimanche. "They're going to shoot me in the back", she tells sisters Khloé and Kourtney. "I placed her in the bath", Old Omar told police.
Kim Kardashian's stolen jewelry have been melted and sold by the robbers.