Kendall Jenner admits staying in her room at times to ward off the Keeping Up with the Kardashians crew. The 19-year-old model reveals that regardless of how glitzy the show might be, having her personal life captured on camera isn't always appealing.
She wrote in her new blog post that being filmed while doing homework irks her. This might be understandable because concentrating on school work is difficult if you're surrounded by glaring lights and inquiring eyes.
"When Keeping Up started filming, I specifically remember running around our cottage-y style house in green jeans and a white polo shirt. I was doing my homework and the crew was filming me. I said something like: 'Just leave me alone, this isn't even entertaining!'"The runway model opts to lock herself in her room if she wants to work quietly.
"Any time I needed to do my homework, I'd lock myself in my room and they'd let me do my thing," she said.
Filming for Keeping Up with the Kardashians is set to resume following the traumatic incident involving Kim Kardashian. The mother-of-two was robbed at gunpoint in her No Address hotel room in Paris. Reports have previously surfaced that she would quit the show, as it allegedly compromises her safety. Since the program documents the whereabouts of the family members, Kim fears that the robbery would again take place.Nonetheless, Gossip Cop refutes the reports. The show will soon be back in business as Kim continues to heal from the aftermath of her experience. An E! insider claims that Kim is receiving counseling to overcome her ordeal.
"Kim is doing better but she still has a long way to recovery from the robbery. She has been receiving some professional counseling. Her friends and family have been really supportive. Her sisters and mom have been checking on her every day."Kanye West, on the other hand, has resumed his Pablo World Tour although he is calling his wife whenever he can because she's still having flashbacks about the robbery. Kim has temporarily stayed away from social media.
In a recent appearance on Australia's TODAY Extra, Kourtney Kardashian is positive that her sister will recover soon.
"She's not doing great. I think we're all really still shaken up and I just — you know, I think she has a big supportive family and I know that all the traumatic things that we've been through, we get through them together as a family. And that's what family's all about."Khloe Kardashian likewise echoed her statement when she appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. She acknowledged that healing "will take time" because what happened to Kim was "horrible" but the family's closeness will greatly help. She also thanked the love and support of the people around them. It is believed that five masked men entered Kim's room and gagged her before robbing her of jewels, which were reportedly worth nearly $11 million. The investigation is still ongoing, as the suspects remain at large.
Recently, the hotel's concierge revealed that the property indeed had security lapses. The man, identified only as Abdulrahman, claims that in 2010, he sent an email to his bosses warning them of the faulty security cameras, as well as the lock codes that haven't been changed for years. When Kim was robbed, there was only a single guard on duty and her room's door only had one lock.
The assailants, who pretended to be policemen, also handcuffed Abdulrahman who initially thought that they were merely doing a routine check. He plans to take legal action against the hotel saying that the management's complacency endangered lives.
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