Kim Kardashian Admits To Missing The Warning Signs Of Kanye West's Anxiety

By Isha Thorpe

May 11, 2018

While visiting "Live with Kelly and Ryan" on Friday (May 11), Kim Kardashian opened up about husband Kanye West's anxiety disorder that he experienced after her Paris robbery in 2016. 

According to the reality TV star/mogul, Kardashian missed many of the warning signs. She also revealed that she had no idea about the severity of the situation because West always looked so brave. “Not really, because he always is so strong,” Kardashian said. “Obviously he made a lot of changes with our security detail … but as far as emotionally, he always was really strong, and my rock.” 

She added: “Now I can read the reports of what the people in jail said … they said they had been following me for two years, and that’s crazy. There was a couple dozen people involved, so they definitely were such a machine that they figured out when he wasn’t going to be there.”

As many of us can remember, Kardashian was tied up and robbed by masked men in a Paris hotel suite in 2016. They stole over $10 million worth of jewelry. French police would later arrest and charged 10 men in connection to the burglary. Kardashian also flew to Paris to testify against them in court. 

When Seacrest called Kardashian the rock of her entire family, she replied: “Thank you. I always said, even with the robbery, when I got all my family members on the phone … I was like, ‘You guys, thank god this wasn’t you. You would be messed up for the rest of your life,'” She added, “I’m mentally really, really strong and it gets me through so much.”

West has been in the news for the past couple of weeks for many questionable reasons. From calling slavery a choice, to showing his support of Trump, finishing his albums and more; the rapper has definitely been keeping busy. 

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