Kim Kardashian West's insurance company is suing her former bodyguard and his employer for more than $6 million.
The 37-year-old reality TV star was robbed at gun point in Paris, France, in 2016 and Pascal Duvier - as well as the private security firm he works for, PROTECTSECURITY - has been hit with a lawsuit worth $6,116,067 by AIG.
The insurance firm - which is seeking to recover the money it paid out to Kim for the jewellery stolen during the robbery - says Pascal "negligently, carelessly, and/or recklessly performed their protection, security, monitoring, inspection, and/or surveying of" Kim and her hotel room.
The documents, which have been obtained by 'Entertainment Tonight', add: "As a result of Defendants' failure to address and correct the various security breaches in the Hotel and leaving [Kardashian] in her hotel room alone ... the masked men were able to enter the Hotel and rob [Kardashian] of her personal property. (sic)"
At the time of the incident, Kim - who is married to rap star Kanye West - was staying at the hotel with her sister Kourtney Kardashian and her entourage.
However, on the night of the robbery, Pascal left the property to accompany Kourtney to a nightclub, leaving Kim on her own.
The TV star was ambushed in her room and then forced to hand over her jewellery before she was gagged and left in the bathtub.
Eleven people have subsequently been arrested in connection with the incident.
Meanwhile, Kim - who has kids North, five, Saint, two, and eight-month-old Chicago with Kanye - has subsequently suggested the robbery has changed her outlook on life.
In particular, the brunette beauty explained that she's become more keen than ever to "live in the moment".
She said: "I think I really attribute that experience that I had in Paris to helping me shut down and completely not worry about the digital world and live in the moment and at home and with my kids and my family and my husband."