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Kim Kardashian West’s insurer has filed a $6.1 million lawsuit against her former security team, alleging the bodyguards failed to protect the reality star when her hotel room was robbed, People magazine reported Wednesday.
The lawsuit, filed by American International Group Inc. against the family’s former bodyguard, Pascal Duvier, and his security and protection company, Protect Security LLC, states $6,116,067 is the amount the insurer paid Ms. Kardashian West for the stolen jewelry that was taken while she was in Paris for Fashion Week in 2016, according to the magazine.
The lawsuit, accessed by People, claims her bodyguards “negligently, carelessly, and/or recklessly performed their protection, security, monitoring, inspection, and/or surveying of” Ms. Kardashian West and the Hotel.
The security detail “should have known that they were required to protect, secure, monitor, inspect, and/or survey … using the skill and care reasonably expected of those in this industry,” the lawsuit states.
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