Scary: Kim Kardashian finally returned to social media on Wednesday to delete some of her followers as she struggles to come to terms with the horrific armed raid that took place in Paris
Kim Kardashian has returned to social media and gone a mass purge of her Twitter account – following her terrifying ordeal at the hands of armed robbers. On Wednesday, Kim appeared to pick a number of people she followed on the social networking site and deleted them so she no longer could see their tweets.
This is the first time she has been active on social media since she was targeted by an armed gang in Paris on 3 October.
Fans of the star – including her 48.4 million followers – have been constantly sending the 35-year-old messages of support since news broke of the robbery but mum-of-two Kim has yet to reply.
When Kim’s followers saw she’d been online, they flooded her feed with encouraging messages.
|Making a statement: The reality star's followers reduced in the space of an hour as she returned to Twitter for the first time since October 2|
One said: “Kim Kardashian unfollowed so many people. Hope they were the negative and stupid ones. She deserves only positive vibes.”
Another tweeted: I hope Kim unfollowed all the negative and focus on the positive in her life right now. She needs her fans more than ever!”
A third wrote: “Good news to know that she was feeling good to come online!! Miss you girl.”
Kim’s return to Twitter comes as French police started investigating “several DNA” samples on a tiny gemstone found outside the luxury Paris apartment where Kim was robbed.