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Kim Kardashian is ready to reveal more about her terrifying Paris robbery.

With just weeks to go until Keeping Up With the Kardashians begins a new season, Kris Jenner sat down with Ellen DeGeneres to discuss the crime that shook the entire family. As it turns out, fans will be able to hear straight from Kim on her experience. .

"When we started filming again and started getting up and running, obviously Kim was around because we all practically lived together on the same street. And we started filming and what was coming out of that was very therapeutic for her I think, just to explain to us and walk us through," Kris explained on Monday's all-new Ellen DeGeneres Show. "I get choked up just thinking about it and talking about it. But it's remarkable to listen to her tell the story."

Kris also explained that Kim goes into detail "moment by moment" of what happened in Paris. The reality star is sharing the details because "she just thinks that it might also bring some awareness."

"It's changed the way we live our lives and just the way we take care of our kids and my grandchildren and so it's been a process," Kris explained. "It was such an upsetting time and something so awful happened to somebody that you love so much and it just, it chokes me up every time to think about it."

Kris' new interview comes as photos from the crime scene where Kim was robbed in October have reportedly been released on French media.

French network TFI shared what it claimed are crime scene photos taken from the hotel Kim was staying at the time of the crime.

The network showed surveillance tape featuring some of the alleged suspects hovering around the hotel on bike and on foot. The news station also shared shots of duct tape and plastic ties that were believed to be used to restrain Kim during the crime.

Earlier this month, Kim met with French authorities for several hours over a two-day period in hopes of bringing justice to those responsible.

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