Has Kim Kardashian’s bodyguard Pascal Duvier been SACKED?

Kim Kardashian West’s bodyguard Pascal Duvier has removed all traces of the Kardashians from his social media accounts, sparking speculation that he has been fired following the armed robbery in Paris on Sunday night.

Pascal frequently posted about Kim and Kanye online, even bragging about rescuing Kim from celebrity “prankster” Vitalii Sediuk last week, but now he has wiped his accounts of any references to the reality star. Suspicious eh?

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Pascal had accompanied Kim’s sisters, Kendall Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian, at a nearby club on the night of the traumatic incident, but arrived at Kim’s apartment within minutes of being alerted of the news. 

Shortly after, Pascal released a statement about the ordeal in which five men disguised as police officers allegedly held a gun to Kim’s head as they tied her up, gagged her, and locked her in a bathroom, but it has since been deleted along with all other photos and tweets about the millionaire businesswoman.

“The criminal acts that occurred in Paris committed against Kim Kardashian was one of the most sickening things I have ever seen or heard,” the German-born bouncer wrote on Facebook. “We have tips and leads and we will find you. That I promise you. You messed with the wrong one.”

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He added: “You are weak for attacking a woman. No more statements at this time. Please respect the privacy of everyone involved and the family.”

The pair, who were last pictured in New York after the armed robbery, no longer follow each other on Twitter, which has further raised suspicions over Pascal’s current employment status. 

However, TMZ have reported that the bodyguard is still in service and is simply taking the necessary safety precautions to stop criminals from tracking him and Kimye again. 

Apparently Kim considers her lead bodyguard a part of her family and she genuinely likes him, which is evident by her frequent shoutouts sharing appreciation and support for him on social media.

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Meanwhile, Pascal reportedly filed for bankruptcy for his security company just over two months ago with debts of over €1 million. 

Mail Online published documents suggesting the 43-year-old bodyguard had lodged a claim for insolvency for his company (ProtectSecurity) at Heidelberg administrative court after accumulating debts of €1,093,518 (£961,296).

“There is so much debt. There are many claimants,” a lawyer told the publication. “I cannot say the exact number. Lots.”

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