Kim Kardashian's assistant Steph Shep has broken her silence by updating Kim Kardashian's app with a handwritten message.
Around 7:30 pm EST, Kim's app notified fans there was a "note from Steph Shep" posted online.
The full note was written in cursive and has been transcribed below:
As previously reported by Elite Daily, Kim Kardashian was held up at gun point in her Paris hotel room and robbed by five masked men.
The 35-year-old mom of two was gagged and bound in the bathroom and forced to plead for her life.
That night, Kim was FaceTiming Blac Chyna to wish her a happy baby shower. It was one of the last Snapchats she posted online before the attack.
Kim has kept a low profile since the terrifying incident, canceling public appearances and avoiding social media all together.
Steph's letter to Kim's fans is the first posted on her app since the robbery.
Kim was recently spotted leaving her home in Los Angeles but looked almost unrecognizable in a black hooded sweatshirt and tennis shoes.
A source told E! News,
Another source told the outlet Kim is "recieving some professional counseling." The insider added,
It's unclear when (or if) Kim will speak out about what happened, but right now it sounds like she's focusing on spending time with friends and family to recover.