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Paris Robbery Suspect Said to Have Written Kardashian West From Prison

The letter quotes the alleged mastermind saying he regrets his actions and saying he realizes the psychological damage he caused

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    Paris Robbery Suspect Said to Have Written Kardashian West From Prison
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    In this file photo, Kim Kardashian-West speaks at The Girls' Lounge dinner, giving visibility to women at Advertising Week 2016, at Pier 60 on September 27, 2016 in New York City.

    The alleged mastermind behind the Paris robbery of Kim Kardashian West has written the reality TV star an apology letter from his prison cell.

    A person familiar with the case told The Associated Press on Thursday that suspect Aomar Ait Khedache sent the letter to the investigating judge and that Kardashian West's lawyers had access to it.

    The person spoke on condition of anonymity because French law prohibits disclosing elements of an ongoing investigation.

    TMZ website first reported on the letter. It quoted Khedache as writing he regrets his actions and realizes the psychological damage he caused.

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    Kardashian West was tied up and held at gunpoint during the October 2016 jewelry heist.

    The person familiar with the case says the translated quotes TMZ published in English seem consistent with what Khedache wrote in French.