According to Page Six, the infamous Kim Kardashian West robbery took place on October 2.
In a leaked transcript, Aomar Ait Khedache told police his associates had melted down and sold almost all of the jewellery taken from Kardashian-West's hotel room on October 3, Le Monde reports.
The man behind the heist, who has been dubbed the "The Old Man", also admitted that he thought the ordeal would be a "very simple affair", and that to access Kim was pretty easy.
"She specified that she didn't wear fakes, the schedules when she came to France", he told cops. He added, "One of the people took care of it".
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However, Khedache also claimed that someone "very close to Kardashian" gave "very precise information" which enabled them to attack her when she would be alone and vulnerable. "We didn't take our weapons out in front of a woman", he said in his testimony.
But Kim's engagement ring from husband Kanye, a $5.4 million, 20-carat emerald-cut diamond, is still in one piece.
Kim has significantly reduced her public profile after she was robbed just days after posting this glitzy selfie.
At the time, The Mirror reported that the suspects had been dubbed as "career criminals" by French police as many were already well known to detectives for their previous involvement in armed robberies and other crimes. The robbers, who held the star at gunpoint, stole millions of dollars worth of jewellery, and now Le Monde newspaper reports that it's likely she'll never see the collection again.
Earlier this month, a copy of Kardashian's police report was obtained by Le Journal du Dimanche.