It looks like 2017 is starting off on a not-so-awful note for Kim Kardashian. And after the 2016 that woman had, it couldn't have come sooner. (Sure she still made more money than we'll probably see in our lifetime, but an armed robbery certainly can bring a girl down a peg.) Allegedly, the reality
star queen might actually be able to get back her $4 million engagement ring that was stolen during Kardashian's now-infamous Parisian heist. Yes, that megawatt rock might once again find itself at it's rightful place — right on Kim K's finger.
PRAISE. All is officially right with the world.
In case you missed the biggest things to happen last year (what election?), while at Paris Fashion Week in October, Kardashian was held at gunpoint in her hotel room, where the thieves stole an estimated $10 million worth of jewelry — including her engagement ring. While we're thankful that the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star made it out of the super scary situation unscathed (and obviously, that was what was most important), we had to mourn the loss of her epic engagement ring.
Gifted to her by hubby Kanye West in 2013, the massive bauble with its 15-carat (yep...) cushion-cut diamond will forever be one of our favorite celebrity engagement rings... wherever it might be. #AlwaysInOurHearts #GoneButNotForgotten.
But now, it appears there's a chance that the rock gets resurrected! According to a new report by Us Weekly, several suspects in connection to Kardashian's Paris robbery were arrested on Monday, January 9 — and they might be the key to getting her bauble back. Allegedly, among the suspects are two unidentified brothers who are being accused of "disposing" of the ring and could possibly lead the Parisian police to it.
"They are involved in the diamond trade, and are thought to have handled the stolen jewelry," a sourced revealed to Us. "Their homes have been searched from top to bottom, and so has a jewelry shop in Paris which is also linked to them. The jewelry has not yet been found, but these brothers could lead us to it over the coming days."
"The men know the industry inside out," explained the source. "And may well know exactly where the ring went."