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Los Angeles, October 20, 2016: Reality TV star Kim Kardashian is reportedly installing a panic room in her home.

According to a source, Kim is still very shook up after she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris earlier this month and is taking no chances when it comes to protecting herself in her home in California, reports dailymail.co.uk.


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“The panic room will be made to withstand a fire of over 1,000 degrees and a 7.0 earthquake. Kanye has hired a company that protects government officials in war-torn countries,” the source told InTouch Weekly magazine.

Kim has been relying on her therapist, who has been there for her night and day.

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“Kim can reach out (to her therapist) anytime, day or night. It’s been very comforting for her. She’s not well. It’s worse than anyone knows,” the source said.

“She’s been suffering severe panic attacks and refuses to be alone. She’s been having flashbacks and nightmares. She’s a nervous wreck. She gets especially anxious late at night,” the source added. (IANS)


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