Kim Kardashian Update: Reality Star Channeling Energy Into 'Working Out' Now? [VIDEO]

One of Kim Kardashian West's friends is now speaking about how the reality star is coping with her recent Paris robbery.

Kardashian West has apparently channeled some of her grief from the Paris robbery (in which two robbers bound and gagged her and stole almost $11 million in jewelry) into exercising. Her friend Larsa Pippen revealed this in a new interview with, stating that she is working out to calm her anxiety.

"She's fine. She was really spooked at the time," Pippen said. "She said she started working out to relieve some of the anxiety and stuff. So scary."

Pippen also said that she was trying to call Kardashian West at the time the robbery was happening but she would not answer.

"I kept calling [Kim] and she wouldn't answer the phone and she is not like that," Pippen said. "I can call her at 2 in the morning and she always answers, she can call me at 3 in the morning and I always answer. They took her phone."

Pippen noted that Kardashian West is typically in control of her life and having this happen has put her on edge.

"She's the kind of person, she's so calm. She's always in control. She's the calmest person I know and since that happened, she was freaking out. She was always on the edge. Every time she heard something, she was just feeling anxious," Pippen said. "That will scare the heck out of you!"

Pippen also discussed the recent trend of people not believing Kardashian West was really robbed and that the whole incident might have been staged.

"It was really annoying, people were saying she made this whole thing up. I was so mad because I was like, who would do that? Why would you even say some dumb stuff like that? People are so mean," she said.

Meanwhile, Kardashian West appears to have resurfaced on social media, with the reality star apparently unfollowing 14 people on Twitter. She has not made any social media posts since the robbery.

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