According to Buzzfeed, Kim Kardashian's Paris robber is divulging some of the original criminal scheme in an interview with Vice, years after the horrific episode that swept the globe like wildfire.

In October 2016, Kim Kardashian was kept captive in her hotel room in Paris during a heist that resulted in the theft of about $10 million in valuables, including her engagement ring, which was valued at $4 million.

Kardashian discussed the traumatic event in a sit-down interview with David Letterman in 2020, breaking down on camera as she relived the night she was pinned down while a group of men robbed her.

Yunis Abbas, who is currently 67 years old, was one of the 12 individuals charged with the murder.

He was imprisoned for 22 months before being let out early for medical reasons.

In a recent interview, he explained the planning behind the theft and said that, despite leaving Kardashian "traumatised," he felt no guilt.

Abbas said, "I went on the internet and I saw her jewellery. I saw her ring. I saw that she showed it everywhere."

He continued, "We knew this information through social media. We knew that she was coming for Fashion Week, so we went there to do some reconnaissance so we were sure."

"We came in through the little door that was open on the inside." He went on, "We defeated him and restrained him. Then we started looking for the bedroom key that she kept."

On being asked if he felt guilty for his actions, Abbas replied, "Since she was throwing money away, I was there to collect it and that was that. Guilty? No, I don’t care. I don’t care."