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E! Halts Production on Keeping Up with the Kardashians After Paris Robbery

PARIS, FRANCE - SEPTEMBER 30: Kim Kardashian West attends Buro 24/7 Fashion Forward Initiative as part of Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2016 at Hotel Ritz on September 30, 2016 in Paris, France. (Photo by Jacopo Raule/Getty Images)
Jacopo Raule—Getty Images Kim Kardashian West attends Buro 24/7 Fashion Forward Initiative as part of Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2016 at Hotel Ritz in Paris on Sept.30, 2016.

"No decision has been made as to when production will resume"

E! has stopped production on Keeping Up with the Kardashians in the wake of Kim Kardashian West‘s Paris robbery.

Just days after the E! personality was gagged, bound and robbed at gunpoint of nearly $11 million worth of jewelry during Paris Fashion Week, the network has put a hold on filming the reality series.

“Kim’s well-being is our core focus right now. No decision has been made as to when production will resume,” an E! spokesperson confirmed to PEOPLE Thursday.

Around 3 a.m. Monday morning, five masked men forced the concierge at No Address Hotel to take them to Kardashian West’s room, where she was alone. Upon entering, the 35-year-old was bound up while the intruders stole nearly $11 million worth of jewelry from her.

Although a rep for the mother of two told PEOPLE after the incident that “she is badly shaken but physically unharmed,” a source close to Kardashian West said that she hassuspended all commitments indefinitely.

“Kim is still upset and things are not even close to being back to normal. She has no plans to work in the near future. She just wants to stay home with her kids,” the source told PEOPLE. “She realizes that she has lived in a bubble. She could have never imagined being robbed like this. She is now more worried than ever about protecting the kids. She doesn’t want to let them out of sight.”

Keeping Up with the Kardashians returns Oct. 23 at 9 p.m. ET on E!

This story originally appeared on People.com.

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