Kim Kardashian's back on Twitter, but it's not what you think.
The E! reality star, whose personal life took a sudden turn following her involvement in a Parisian robbery two weeks ago, recently made an unconventionally quiet return to the same platform that many believe threatened her privacy.
Fans were quick to notice Kardashian downsized her social media ratio, unfollowing 14 people. It's unclear which of Kim's 121 followed accounts were ultimately given the axe, though she still follows every immediate member of her famous family. Kim's latest online activity is especially notable given that it's the first since the life-threatening incident.
As for how the 35-year-old mother of two is holding up, an insider recently told E! News exclusively, "Kim is doing better but she still has a long way to recover from the robbery. She has been receiving some professional counseling. Her friends and family have been really supportive. Her sisters and mom have been checking on her every day."
Despite the constant support from her loved ones and husband Kanye West, the source also revealed, "Kim is very paranoid still when she is alone. She has been having flashbacks and hasn't been sleeping well."
The star has since put her professional life on hold, as E! News confirmed yesterday she canceled an Oct. 28 appearance at Las Vegas' Hakkasan Nightclub. Kim also postponed an upcoming makeup master class with her personal makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic, which was initially planned for Oct. 14 in Dubai. Kardashian has set her sights on returning to the public eye on or before January 13, 2017, as Wednesday brought confirmation of the rescheduled event's new date on Instagram.
Additionally, Kim is suing website MediaTakeOut for reporting that she lied about the robbery, according to legal documents obtained by E! News. She alleges that three since-removed stories contained libelous claims, including one stating that unnamed "French authorities" purportedly suspected that Kim let the robbers in.