Kim Kardashian's Didn't Lose $10 Million In Jewelry Robbery –

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian‘s publicized $10 million jewelry robbery has been slightly overestimated. New reports claim her stolen diamonds aren’t as valuable as speculated.

According to reports, Kim K’s total stolen items are valued at just over $5.5 million.

Sources familiar with the case tell us … Kim has already submitted an insurance claim, setting the value the ring at an even $4 million. The insurance docs describe the ring in detail … a 20 carat emerald cut stone. According to the docs, 13 items were taken, with a total value $5.6 million … significantly less than the reported $10 million or $11 million. (TMZ)


New reports suggest Kim is traveling to Chicago this week to join rap star husband Kanye West on his Saint Pablo tour run.

Shortly after being the victim a highly-publicized gunpoint robbery, Kim Kardashian West is coming to Chicago with family, the Chicago Sun-Times’ Michael Sneed reports. Sneed says the Kardashians will be in town ahead and during Kanye West’s Saint Pablo tour show dates at the United Center Friday and the Allstate Arena Saturday. (NBC Chicago)

Reports this week claim Kim is going to fall back from showcasing her wealth on social media as a result the robbery.

Sources close to Kim tell us … she actually agrees with critics who say she put a target on her back by flaunting her wealth and jewelry on social media. We’re told Kim is taking a month f work and when she returns she’s pulling back in a big way on social media. She won’t be displaying her personal wealth … and she’ll even be less ostentatious with the promotion her fashion line. (TMZ)

The high-prile TV personality reportedly believes social media ultimately sparked her $10 million robbery.

“Kim’s in shock and blaming herself. She’s tearing herself up that she Snapchatted the ring so much and wore it all the time. This incident is making her question everything. How she dresses, what she does,” a source close to the Kardashian family tells PEOPLE. (People)