Kim Kardashian Opens Up About Paris Robbery: “He’s Going To Rape Me”

Things have settled down for Kim Kardashian since the chaotic ordeal surrounding her armed robbery in Paris. But life will never be quite the same again as it was before, she said.

In an interview on The View on Tuesday, Kim said she's changed her approach to social media sharing while traveling — making some modifications that other parents, with and without high-profile lives, have long considered necessary. That means that her 101 million followers won't know exactly where her family is located around the globe, in real time.

"I try to share my life. I definitely love doing that, but I think I'm a little bit more cautious these days about what I do share," she said. "I've learned through experience that things in real time I might change up a little bit. I might take a photo, save it, post it when I leave the place or when I'm in a different location because I don't think that worked out for me so well when I was posting every last detail."

Indeed, the robbers in the Paris heist admitted to using Kim's social media to alert them to details about her every location and possession in tow. 

As well, Kim also hinted at a preference for a less-showy type of travel: She said she celebrated her third wedding anniversary to Kanye West on May 24, “low-key” Japan getaway.

“I surprised him with a trip to Japan, a place that he loves to go to get away and get inspiration,” Kim said. “It was great for me because I’ve never been and we had always talked about how we really wanted to go together.”

Beyond all that, Kim says the Paris experience sent her important messages — and she's listening.

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