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Kourtney Kardashian Got Reallllyyyy Awkward When She Was Asked About Kim During A TV Interview

Kourtney Kardashian Robbery

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It’s been several weeks since Kim Kardashian was traumatically robbed in Paris and police are still searching for the culprits. While the media frenzy has since calmed down (kind of), there are still reporters prying for answers, but according to a recent interview with Kourtney Kardashian, the family is not willing to give them.

Kourtney appeared on an Australian news program Thursday looking uncomfortable AF when David Campbell — the show’s co-host — questioned her about Kim’s mental health post-robbery. Her gut reaction? To go 100% silent and stare off into the camera. Yup, it was creepy.

Campbell started out easy, with the question, “How is everyone going and how is Kim doing?” Right as she was about to answer, a person (presumably a publicist) can be heard talking in the background. Afterwards, she paused and just stared off into the distance.

Needless to say, the hosts were awkwardly concerned and even asked if they “lost her.” No word yet on whether they were referring to technical difficulties or Kourtney’s own mental state, but one thing is for certain; Campbell was kind of offended.

“I think she’s totally blanking me on that question,” he said. “She could just say her sister is fine! I mean I think we just said that you know we’re very concerned and we were onside and we hoped that everyone’s fine, which I still do.”

Eventually Kourtney told the TV personalities that the connection cut out (coincidence?) and told them that her family was still “shaken up” from the robbery. She continued, “I think she has a big supportive family and I know that, like, all of the traumatic things that we’ve been through, you know, we get through them together as a family and that’s what family is all about.”

Check it out below:

Yeah… that was weird. What do you think the deal was? Sound off in the comments below.

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