Remember When Kim Kardashian Was Robbed At Gunpoint In Paris? One Of The Crooks Has Written A Tell-All Book.

Kim Kardashian attends The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit gala celebrating the opening of the Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination exhibition on Monday, May 7, 2018, in New York. (Photo by xxx/Invision/AP)

Missouri Senator Josh Howley had his book deal with Simon & Schuster pulled and he was considered too toxic and polarizing to publish his memoir.

But you know who can get a book on the shelves? An alleged, violent criminal, awaiting trial on felony charges. Yunice Abbas allegedly is one of the thieves that robbed Kim Kardashian at a Paris hotel in 2016, stealing around $10 million in jewelry now sharing creepy details about it as he awaits trial in France.

The book is called “I Sequestered Kim Kardashian,” and it in Abbas provided details on how he and his accomplices dressed up as cops and held Kardashian at gunpoint at the Hotel de Portals back in October of 2016. The creepy crook went into great detail about several aspects of the encounter. He claimed that he stole Kardashian’s cell phone in the robbery, and after he fled the scene of the crime, the phone rang, and on the other line was singer Tracy Chapman. 

At another point in the book, Abbas mocks Kardashian, saying she and her secretary called 911 during the robbery. “Our two beauties stubbornly tried to call 911… the emergency number for the U.S. Not very efficient when you are in Paris,” he said in the book. The national emergency numbers in Paris are 17 for police, and 15 for an ambulance.

None of the high-priced jewels, including two Cartier diamond bracelets, a gold Jacob necklace, and diamond earrings designed by Loraine Schwarz were ever recovered.

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