Kim Kardashian’s former chauffeur in Paris, Michael Madar, has been released with no charges by the French police.
According to the BBC, Madar, along with two other people, are no longer in question with law enforcement officials regarding Kardashian’s Paris robbery back in October, which saw a reported $9.5 million worth of jewellery go missing, including the reality television star’s $4 million diamond engagement ring.
Meanwhile, 14 other suspects, who were part of the 17 people arrested in the coordinated French raids on Monday, which took place primarily across Paris and in the northern city of Rouen in France, reportedly remain in question with police, including – Madar’s brother.
Reports claim that several of the various suspects – three of whom are women – have previously been linked by police to major crimes and range in age from 23 to 72. While Kardashian’s jewellery has yet to be found, police claim to have recovered over 300,000 euros during the multiple raids.