Kim Kardashian 'beefs up security'
Kim Kardashian has reportedly hired around-the-clock security at her mother's Calabasas estate to prevent paparazzi from sneaking in and taking pictures.
The 32-year-old reality star posted a video on Keek from the alleged incident on Monday.
Kim, who has not been pictured since giving birth to her daughter last month, is not seen on camera.
Police were unable to confirm to Cover Media if a suspect had been taken into custody.
According to TMZ, the family is not taking any chances in ruining Kim's post-baby debut.
The family has reportedly hired security to patrol around the clock at the Calabasas estate where the new mother has been nesting while the Los Angeles home she will share with boyfriend Kanye West is completed.
The video marks the first time Kim's voice has been heard since she gave birth to baby North on June 15.
She narrates the first half of the 38-second clip.
"Okay, there is a paparazzi that snuck into our gated community," she says.
The camera is aimed at the black and white tile and windows of her mother's home.
Kim asks a male friend, Julian, to take her phone and continue filming, explaining because she doesn't want to be spotted by a photographer outside.
The man takes the phone and follows a woman, who appears to be Kim's mother Kris Jenner, onto the lawn.
She's seen walking through a garden barefoot searching for the paparazzo.
The search was ongoing when the video came to an end.
It was unclear when the video, posted to Kim's Celebuzz blog Monday night, was taken.
Kim also took to Twitter to complain about a snooping photographer.
"#Tresspassing #GatedCommunityBreakin #Dangerous #CopsCalled #WOW," she wrote.
Police were unable to provide confirmation that a call was made.
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