Early Monday morning, Kim Kardashian West was held at gunpoint in the room she was staying in for Paris Fashion Week.

According to the French Interior Ministry, five men threatened the building’s concierge with a weapon before handcuffing him and forcing him to allow them into the private apartment she was staying in.

A spokesperson confirmed that Kardashian West was held at gunpoint in the room by two armed masked men dressed as police officers. The men who entered Kardashian West’s room held a gun to her head, locked her in the bathroom and proceeded to take two cell phones and about $10M worth of jewelry.

Although she wasn’t harmed in the incident, she was (understandably) shaken and promptly left France Monday via private jet after speaking to the police.

Her husband, Kanye West, was performing a set at the Meadows Festival in NY on Sunday when an assistant ran on stage to deliver the news to West. He then told the crowd “I’m sorry, family emergency, I have to stop the show,” and left immediately.

And this isn’t the first time this week that someone tried to attack Kardashian West. Which brings up a lot of conversations surrounding celebrity and the way people approach public figures.

Chrissy Teigen is just one celebrity commenting on fame in the wake of the incident. Whether you like Kardashian West or not, she’s well-known, and many on social media took the opportunity to make jokes about what went down in Paris. But Teigen wasn’t here for it:

And after critique, Teigen wanted to remind everyone that she doesn’t just stick up for celebrities:

Others spoke out in response to people defending Kardashian West because she’s “a mother/sister/wife,” commenting on the respect others deserve just for being a person.

What do you think about the way we treat celebrities after incidents like this? Share your opinion on celebrity culture in the comments below.

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