Shocking new claims have emerged that the attack on Kim Kardashian could have been carried out by someone close to her.
A former bodyguard of the reality star has said it was definitely a "totally an inside job" that could have only been done by somebody who knows the family personally.
Steve Stanulis said he isn't surprised that Kim Kardashian was targeted because the whole family are "very lax" when it comes to security.
The masked men who were dressed as police officers broke into her Paris apartment in the early hours of Monday morning.
They stole jewellery worth a staggering $10million including Kim's huge diamond engagement ring.
In an interview with Australian radio station KIIS 1065, Steve said: "It was totally an inside job guys, the way the whole thing unfolded, it was too clean.
"When I say inside job, it's either somebody from their camp of somebody from the hotel.
"They got into a room when the only security guard was out, and they knew where the jewellery was.
"It was the perfect opportunity on every level."
He told radio hosts Kyle & Jackie O: "I'd be waiting for Kanye to come out a restaurant.
"He'd come out with a couple of buddies, there wouldn't be room for me in the car so he'd tell me to get a taxi."
He added: "When you follow them in New York he likes you 10 paces behind. If someone tackles you, I'm not going to get there to stop it."
One thing he definitely did agree on though was their new choice of bodyguard Pascal Duvier and said: "Pascal would be the guy I would hire."
Another thing he wanted to comment on was how the couple failed to invest in more security.
“In one breath you’re flashing around a ring that’s worth millions of dollars, but you don’t want to spend 3-400 bucks to hire an off duty cop to put outside your door while Pascal’s out with the girls?”
French authorities also believe the robbery may have been an inside job!
According to Page six, it was claimed: "French police suspect that the five alleged robbers had some contact with her security and were tipped off about her procedures."
"They knew there was no security [with her inside her apartment that night]. All they had to do was go in, make contact with someone inside the hotel.
"They have issues with the story of more than one worker at the hotel. They are also talking to bodyguards who worked with her earlier in the week."
Kim, 35, was left "badly shaken" after armed robbers fooled the concierge into letting them in by dressing up in police uniforms.
They then handcuffed him and forced him to lead them to Kim's apartment, before tying up the reality TV star and locking her in the bathroom.