Costumeish was selling the "Robbery Victim" kit that was clearly created to replicate Kim Kardashian's armed robbery scare in Paris in which she was gagged, bound and held at gunpoint. The costume sells for $69.99 and it includes a long black wig, white robe, sunglasses, a gag, a rope and a ring.
The Parisian Heist Robbery Victim Costume Kit does not name the 35-year-old social media personality.
Although things are not getting for Kim as one California-based company, Costumeish is a selling a customer which is inspired by the robbery case of Kim Kardashian. An online retailer has pulled a Halloween costume that made light of the recent jewelry heist involving Kardashian West.
He will provide refunds for six people who already purchased the costume.
Continuing her social media silence, Kim has yet to comment, but in her absence, let's be totally clear: this is the worst.
Lost in the crowd of hundreds of Harley Quinn costumes this Halloween you might find someone bold enough, someone shitty enough to donned a Kim Kardashian getting robbed costume.
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Despite the outrage, Costumeish told Fox411 that the company has "no intentions of taking it down and it has been selling well".
"Our deepest sympathy to the family and nobody deserves to go (through) what she did".
Kardashian was robbed at gunpoint on October 3 at a Paris flat when five men dressed as police officers forced her to lead them into the building and reportedly stole more than $11 million in jewelry.
This is, of course, not the only offensive costume to get pulled from shelves, even this year (though none of the others were riffs on a woman who recently feared for her life in an armed robbery).