One of the men who allegedly stole Kim Kardashian from a hotel in Paris in 2016 wrote a revealing book.
Yunice Abbas, who is accused of stealing 10 million dollars (about eight million euros) in celebrity jewelry, said he also ended up with the public figure’s cell phone, according to an excerpt published by French magazine Closer.
” The cell phone started to ring and I was incredulous. The name [de Tracy Chapman] appeared on the screen. I thought it was not possible and that I should be hallucinating “, writes in the book ‘I Sequestered Kim Kardashian’, which will be published on February 4th.
In the part that the magazine published it does not mention whether the assailant got to answer the call, as Page Six quotes.
In another part of the work, Abbas recalls that Kim and his secretary called, without thinking, the United States emergency number, 911, a call that did not help them once they were in France.
“Our two beauties stubbornly tried to call 911 … the United States emergency number. It is not very efficient when you are in Paris “, he shares.
It is recalled that it was in October 2016 that five assailants stole the celebrity while she was in a hotel.
As Abbas reports in the book, the assailants fled on bicycles. In addition, it also reveals that they had the help of elderly ‘private detectives’, who managed to gather the information they needed before the assault. The man says that “the elderly are as peaceful as they are anonymous”, having been a fundamental strategy to “gather as much information on the spot”.
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