It's been just over a year since Kim Kardashian was held at gunpoint in a Paris hotel room - an event which left her traumatised and suffering from anxiety. The individual has to worry: it was filmed by the video surveillance system of the Kardashian-West, the images of which were transmitted to the police.
Oklahoma outlasts Kansas State, 42-35
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Celebrity couple Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West's Los Angeles house was burgled on October 19 nearly after a year when Kim Kardashian West was held hostage in her house in Paris while a robbery was going on. In a separate report, E!News claims that the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) responded to a reported burglary that targeted Mariah Carey's Beverly Hills mansion between 10 p.m. last Wednesday and 7 a.m. on Thursday.
"A witness observed a suspect enter the victim's vehicle and then exit the vehicle and then fled the location", a LAPD spokesperson told the publication. Spotted by the security service, he quickly décampé, and for good reason: the protection agents of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were "heavily armed". The guy didn't even make it past the driveway. "He was startled by their security, and dropped the phone he was trying to take", the property's security team explained.
Thunderstorms, soaking rain ahead as run of dry weather ends in NJ
Northwest wind 10 to 14 miles per hour with a chance of precipitation 20%. "A half inch to 1" of rain is possible east of I-75. By Monday we'll see the rain storm move to the North leaving us with mostly sunny skies, calm winds, and warmer temperatures.
ET says a source close to 37-year-old Kim claims the auto did not belong to either Kim or Kanye, but to a staff member.
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Google introduces bug bounty programme to make Android apps more secure
Google is offering rewards up to $1000 United States dollars to the courageous people who are capable of hacking into their apps. Google is introducing a new program to help root out vulnerabilities in third-party apps in its Google Play storefront.