Four Suspects in Kim Kardashian's Paris Robbery Have Been Charged

Reality star's burglary investigations continues

By Kendall Fisher Jan 12, 2017 10:38 PMTags

UPDATE: A fourth man in the Kim Kardashian robbery investigation has been charged, a spokesperson for the Paris prosecutor's office confirms to NBC NewsGary 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.

After 17 arrests were made earlier this week regarding the burglary, the spokesperson for the Paris Prosecutor's office confirms to NBC News that three of the suspects have been charged.

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.

Kim Kardashian & North West's Cutest Pics
Marc Piasecki/GC Images

Originally, E! News reported 17 people were arrested in connection to her robbery, during which she was bound, gagged and held at gunpoint as the robbers stole nearly $11 million worth of her jewelry.

Police confirmed 14 of the suspects were men and three were women. The oldest suspect is 72-Year-Old Pierre B.

A source told E! News that Pierre, the suspected ringleader of the heist, was arrested after officers broke down the gate of his villa in the south of France. 

French newspaper Le Monde also revealed that DNA was found on the hose clamp that matched the police records of a man arrested for armed robbery, which was the ultimate lead for authorities. They were able to make other arrests after watching the CCTV images around the hotel in the days and hours leading up to the robbery.

As for Kim, though she's still recovering from the incident, we're told she's feeling relieved after the arrests were made this week.

(This story was originally published on Jan. 12, 2017, at 11:28 a.m. PST).