Kim Kardashian West won't be heading to Hakkasan at the end of this month.
On the heels of her life-threatening robbery in Paris, the reality star and mother of two has canceled a scheduled appearance at Las Vegas' Hakkasan Nightclub, E! News can confirm. The mogul was supposed to appear at the late-night spot on Oct. 28, a week after her 36th birthday.
"Given recent circumstances, Kim Kardashian will be unable to make her previously scheduled appearance at Hakkasan Las Vegas Nightclub," a rep for the club told E! News.
Kardashian is known to typically celebrate her birthday in Las Vegas, but it seems this year just won't make the cut. However, E! News has exclusively learned that Kim has a $1 million deal with Hakkasan, in which she agreed to make four appearances in 2016. Since she already visited in April and July, she has two more events to schedule to fulfill the agreement before the year is up.
Sources at Hakkasan group tell E! News they believe Kim's contract will allow for her to reschedule her appearance at a later date without any sort of penalty. In addition, the club wants to maintain good relations with Kim and the rest of the Kardashians.
Since being traumatically gagged, bound and held at gunpoint by robbers in her Paris hotel room, Kardashian has stayed completely out of the spotlight. Upon arrival back in the United States, Kim retreated to her New York City Airbnb for a few days with Kanye West before flying home to Los Angeles with her two children and mom Kris Jenner while the rapper headed off to Chicago to resume his Saint Pablo Tour.
In the days after the attack, she's stayed dark on social media and even postponed an upcoming makeup master class with her personal makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic, which was initially planned for Oct. 14 in Dubai.
"On behalf of myself and Kim Kardashian West, please accept our apologies. We are sorry to inform you that due to the recent events, we will be rescheduling the Dubai Masterclass with Kim Kardashian West," Dedivanovic said in a statement on his Instagram account.
In the meantime, a source told E! News the reality star is currently seeking professional help.
"Kim is doing better but she still has a long way to recover from the robbery," the insider says. "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."
The source added that West often calls and checks in on his wife when he's not on stage, but they are doing everything they can to keep the aftermath away from their daughter.
"Being around her children is the biggest distraction for [Kim's] mind," the source said. "North West is aware her mom is sad and not herself, but Kanye and Kim are trying not to talk about it around her."