If you thought it was staged, think again.

Paris Hotel Concierge

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The concierge who was on duty at Kim Kardashian’s Paris hotel the night she was robbed at gunpoint is telling his story about what happened that night.  He would only give his first name, Abdulrahman.  He's a PhD student working part time at the hotel to make money for school, and he has a kid.  He said he let the robbers in because they were dressed like cops.  As soon as he opened the door, they forced him to the floor, handcuffed him, and started asking him where they could find, quote, "the wife of the rapper."  He said he had no choice but to bring them up to her room and let them in.  One of the men pulled Kim out of bed and put a gun in her face.  She started crying and screaming, quote, "Don't kill me, I have babies, don't kill me, please, I have babies!  I'm a mom!  Take whatever you want!"

Abdulrahman says he begged them not to hurt her, and they said they were only there for the money.  He ended up acting as an interpreter, since they didn't know English, and Kim didn't speak French.  He sat Kim down on the bed and tried to calm her down.  She asked him if they were going to die, and he told her, quote, "I don't know, how can I know?" Then they bound her hands and feet and dumped her on the bathroom floor.  What caused the robbers to take off, was Kim's bodyguard calling her phone.  They figured if she didn't answer, he'd show up…probably with the cops.  The police got there soon after, everyone told their stories, and Kim took off for the states.  Abdulrahman said, quote, "When she left, she hugged me and I told her, the most important thing is that we are safe and we are alive." - The Daily Mail

Celebrity Split

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Tobey Maguire and his wife Jennifer Meyer are splitting up after nine years of marriage.  They have two kids:  A 9-year-old daughter named Ruby and a 7-year-old son named Otis.  They issued a statement saying, "After much soul searching and consideration we have made the decision to separate as a couple.  As devoted parents, our first priority remains raising our children together with enduring love, respect and friendship." - PageSix.com

Real Life Candy Crush

CBS is turning "Candy Crush" into a game show.  It'll be a one-hour, live-action show where contestants will compete on, "interactive game boards using next generation technology."  - CBS Press Express