Kim Kardashian’s former bodyguard claimed that he had predicted she would be the victim of an attack as she constantly ‘flaunts’ her wealth on social media.>Kim Kardashian fears phone snaps will leak as it emerges she was dragged from bed and bound by zip ties
Steve Stanulis, 42, warned that the reality TV star should stop sharing details about her life on the internet to protect herself.
He told the Mail Online: ‘Kim lives and breaths on the internet.
‘She has nearly 50 million people [on Twitter] who at any moment and on any day know where she is.
‘And then she shows them this mighty great expensive rock on her hand a few hours before and she invites trouble.’
Stanulis, a former NYPD officer of Staten Island, added: ‘I saw this happening. It just had to with the way Kim flaunts her riches and her diamonds.
‘The stones on her fingers are worth maybe $10m and they try and save on their security.’
Kim’s husband Kanye West reportedly fired Stanulis in May after spotting the bodyguard talking to Kardashian outside her hotel room in New York while he was on duty for them.
Stanulis, who used to work as a Chippendales dancer, denied he was flirting with her and insisted he was a happily married man with three children.
He claimed the couple need to review their security after the attack, which saw Kim held at gunpoint in her luxury Paris apartment as masked men stole millions of dollars worth of jewellery.>Kim Kardashian ‘tied up at gunpoint and robbed of £12million in jewels’
‘She could fall prey to stalkers, crazy fans or criminals like this weekend at any time and she and Kanye now have to take this as a warning,’ Stanulis said.
‘There are a lot of crazies in the US and I suppose around the world and they cannot afford to take chances.
‘I would compare Kim’s status as one of the most recognisable women in the world to that of Princess Diana.
‘Where ever she goes she has the paparazzi and the fans outside and following her.’
Source : http://metro.co.uk/2016/10/04/kim-kardashians-ex-bodyguard-claims-she-needs-to-quit-social-media-after-terrifying-paris-raid-6169600/