You've no doubt seen Pascal Duvier's name a lot since news broke of Kim Kardashian's traumatic night in Paris. But what's happening with her bodyguard now...?
It’s no secret that Kim Kardashian West‘s bodyguard was criticised by fans after it emerged that he was not with his client at the time of her horrific armed mugging earlier this week.
Pascal Duvier, who has worked with the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star and her husband Kanye West for the last three years, was with Kendall Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian when Kim was reportedly bound and put in the bathtub, while masked gunmen took millions of dollars worth of jewellery from her hotel room in Paris.
Some have accused him of caring more about his own fame than the safety of his celebrity clients, with fans pointing out his overwhelming presence on social media. Pascal now seems to have made his accounts private, and was reported to have issued a statement about the ordeal after the news broke.
According to the Daily Mail, Pascal branded the raid ‘one of the most sickening things I have seen or heard’ in an internet post.
He continued: ‘We have tips and leads and we will find you. That I promise you…you messed with the wrong one.’
According to reports, this post now seems to have been deleted, and Pascal also seems to have deleted any reference to Kim from his social media. This has left many wondering whether or not he is still working for the famous family.
But TMZ have reported that, according to sources, he is still employed by the Kardashians, and the move is a ‘safety measure.’
Kim has reportedly told friends that she does not blame him for the crime. There is also no suggestion that Duvier is under any suspicion or that he had any involvement.
Just days before the robbery, Kim labelled him a ‘G’ after he tackled ‘celebrity prankster’ Vitalli Sediuk to the ground, as he attempted to ‘kiss’ the KUWTK star’s bottom.
There are now reports that Pascal allegedly filed for bankruptcy for his security company.
The Mail Online has published documents which suggest that the security guard lodged a claim for insolvency for his company, ProtectSecurity, just over two months ago.
‘There is so much debt. There are many claimants,’ the lawyer reportedly told the publication.