Abdulrahman then said that Kim asked him if "she was going to die", with her immediately worrying about her family and children. Is this a good idea?
Although Kim has, understandably, wanted to step away from the public, Khloe and Kourtney have addressed the event.
The reality star is taking some "much needed time off" after she was robbed of $11-$14 million worth of jewellery in her Paris hotel room earlier this month.
Kim has largely remained under the radar since the robbery, emerging only briefly - and hidden under a hood - to travel from New York City back home to Los Angeles. "Kim started screaming and they pulled her out of bed".
A police officer stands guard at the entrance of a luxury residence on the Rue Tronchet in central Paris October 3, 2016 where masked men robbed United States reality TV star Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint.
Kim has been staying at home - first in NY then Los Angeles - since the robbery took place on October 3.
She said she isn't sure when Kim, 35, will make another public appearance, but she batted down rumours that her sister will be leaving the family's reality series Keeping Up With the Kardashians. 'Kim is still figuring out what she wants to do. Apparently, before the men entered Kim's room, Abdulrahman pretended not to know Kim, but the men yanked his neck and forced them to open her door with the keys he had.
Another insider went on to add that the mother-of-two is now incredibly anxious about being photographed, and has only left her house to visit her mother, Kris Jenner, or if she has to attend "important appointments". He also says he warned hotel management of the need for increased security for its high-profile clientele. Kanye [West] is trying to do whatever he can to make her feel better, but it's just the constant memories of the robbery that keep on messing with her. This has totally changed now...
Even more shocking? According to the Daily Mail, the codes were not changed for a full two weeks following Kardashian's robbery, which made headlines around the world. I put my hand on her shoulder and told her to be calm. If you look at that big door, it wasn't locked, it was open. We talked about it and nobody cared.
Abdulrahman alleged there had been no functioning security cameras at the celebrity favourite for six years and often there was just one guard on duty - despite the high calibre of wealthy clientele.