UPDATE: A fourth man in the Kim Kardashian robbery investigation has been charged, a spokesperson for the Paris prosecutor's office confirms to NBC News. Gary M.—the 27-year-old brother of the limo driver Kim used while staying in Paris in October—is facing a charge of conspiracy in the robbery. However, he has been released by the investigating judge and remains under judicial control. He must report to authorities.
The other three men who were charged on Thursday have all been placed in provisional detainment.
The investigating judge will decided the fate of remaining six suspects on Friday.
Kim is seeing quite a bit of headway in the investigation regarding her terrifying Paris robbery in October.
A 63-year-old by the name of Yunice A. was charged with three counts: committing a robbery with a gun, abduction or sequestration and association with criminals. Marceau B., 64, faces charges of concealment in a organized gang and association of criminals. Finally, 45-year-old Florus H. was charged on counts of complicity in a robbery with a gun, complicity in abduction and sequestration and association with criminals.