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Ashley’s Morning Scoop 10.4.16

More details have emerged from the night Kim Kardashian was tied up in a bathroom and robbed of $10 million in jewelry; Kim was apparently laying in bed when she heard boots coming up the stairs.  She saw two men through a sliding glass door, rolled off the bed and tried to dial her bodyguard.  That’s when the men came in, grabbed the phone from her hand and zip tied and duct taped her hands and put her in the bathtub.  They took her brand new ring from husband Kanye.  Her friend was sleeping downstairs in the apartment and heard the commotion.  She locked herself in the room and called the bodyguard & Kim’s sister, Kourtney, who returned to the apartment, 2 minutes after the thieves left.

It’s being speculated that Kim was targeted by the notorious Pink Panther Heist, a group that has been around for decades and disguises themselves when robbing their victims.  They’re credited as being “the largest, most successful gang of diamond thieves in the world with over 370 heists worth $500 million.”

In January, American Express sued Tory Spelling after she failed to pay debts amounting to $37,981.97  E! News confirmed Monday that on Aug. 11, a judge ordered a default judgment against Tori, demanding she repay the full amount, plus $855 in court fees.

“I was afraid to tell my own mother that I was moving in with my boyfriend,” 52-year-old Hoda Kotb revealed on her Sirius XM show on Monday. “I was afraid, I don’t know why. I know it sounds weird, I’ve been married.”  The “Today” host and her boyfriend, Joel Schiffman have been together for over three years.  “It’s a little weird to be in your 50s and we’re like ‘Hey, we’re moving in!’ It’s like we’re kids. It’s so weird,”

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