'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' Is On Hold Indefinitely Following Paris Robbery
Is the end of the Kardashians?
It's been a crazy week for the Kardashian fam. Kim Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint in her Paris hotel room late Sunday night, and the entire family has been uncharacteristically quiet on social media ever since (save for vague spiritual stuff from Kourtney and a random booty pic on Kylie's Insta).
Kim has still not returned to any of her usual online haunts though, and E! has just announced that production on the family reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, is on hold indefinitely.
"Kim's well-being is our core focus right now. No decision has been made as to when production will resume," a spokesperson for E! told Variety.
The latter half of season 12 will premiere as scheduled at the end of October, but considering that the family has already signed on to film into 2018, it's unclear how this will affect future seasons of the show.
One thing's for certain - what happened in Paris is affecting the entire family, big time. In addition to the practically abandoning their social media accounts, the rest of the family has been canceling public appearances left and right. Page Six reports that Khloe, Kendall, and Kylie all had book signings scheduled, but canceled them due to "ongoing security concerns." Khloe was originally meant to make an appearance to promote the paperback release of her book, Strong Looks Better Naked, while Kendall and Kylie were set to promote the release of Time of The Twins, the second book in their sci-fi trilogy. However, reps for the reality stars stated that "safety is the number one priority," and that because of recent events and "ongoing security issues," they've chosen to cancel all future book signings.
The reality stars/authors have yet to announce the cancellation to their fans - sources say they're trying to let them down easy - but to make up for canceling their appearances, their reps have offered to have Khloe, Kylie, and Kendall sign books from their homes and send them back to the stores, so there's that.
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