Chauffeur Company Owner Arrested Over Kim Kardashian Paris Robbery Attack

Chauffeur Company Owner Arrested Over Kim Kardashian Paris Robbery Attack

Chauffeur Company Owner Arrested Over Kim Kardashian Paris Robbery Attack

This is the ‘chauffeur’ who has been arrested by French police investigating the Kim Kardashian multi-million jewel heist.
Michael Madar was arrested in a series of raids on Monday morning – one of 17 people detained by police’s organised crime brigade in the Paris area and the south of France.
Madar, 40, is the owner of Unic Worldpass, the chauffeur company used by Kim Kardashian and her family in Paris.
It is also the company used by the reality TV star at the time of the robbery in the French capital in October last year.
His brother Gary, 27, who has worked on and off for the same company, was also arrested.
Chauffeur Company Owner Arrested Over Kim Kardashian Paris Robbery Attack

Chauffeur Company Owner Arrested Over Kim Kardashian Paris Robbery Attack

‘Michael Madar, Kim’s chauffeur, has been arrested,’ a source close to the Kardashian has revealed to MailOnline.
Staff at the Paris chauffeur company this morning refused to comment on Michael Madar’s arrest.
A receptionist at Unic Worldpass told MailOnline: ‘I cannot give you any comment at all.’
However friends of Mr Madar have expressed shock at his arrest.
One said: ‘This is very strange. Michael is a really sweet guy. I would not be surprised if the police had got this one wrong.’

 

Another said he wouldn’t have betrayed Kim, adding: ‘We can’t believe it is him, he is trustworthy.’
Madar found the chauffeur firm – officially known as Unic Worldpass – in 2007.
The company offers VIP service in Paris, London and Los Angeles.
It is understood that Mr Madar was taken to a police station for interview where he was then arrested.
Separately, two brothers accused of ‘disposing’ of Kim Kardashian‘s $5m engagement ring following a Paris heist could help get it back, it emerged today.
They are among 17 people seized over the armed robbery of the 36-year-old reality TV star in October.
She lost her prized new 20-carat diamond engagement ring after being held up at gunpoint in an upmarket residential complex close to the American embassy.
The unidentified brothers – who live in Paris and the suburb of Raincy – are currently in custody in the French capital following a series of coordinated raids early on Monday morning.

‘They are involved in the diamond trade, and are thought to have handled the stolen jewellery,’ said an investigating source.
‘Their homes have been searched from top to bottom, and so has a jewellery shop in Paris which is also linked to them.
‘The jewellery has not yet been found, but these brothers could lead us to it over the coming days,’ the source added.
The men – who are in their 50s – are frequent visitors to Antwerp – the Belgium diamond capital where unsourced items often change hands for millions.
‘It’s a town where jewellery can be sold on with no questions asked,’ said the source. ‘The men know the industry inside out, and may well know exactly where the ring went.’
The highly distinctive Lorraine Schwartz ring is engraved with the word, ‘Adidas’ – something that was requested by Ms Kardashian’s husband, rapper Kanye West.
It has also emerged that the couple’s favoured Paris driver was among those arrested in connection with the £8.5 million heist.
The development strengthens the theory that the robbery could have been an inside job and that the gang knew exactly where Ms Kardashian would be at any time.
The unnamed 27-year-old driver worked for an upmarket firm that was used by the Kardashian family whenever they were in Paris.

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