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Kim Kardashian West Briefly Resurfaces on Social Media

The reality TV star posted, then deleted three Facebook posts. They were her first appearances on social media since her Oct. 3 Paris robbery.

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    Kim Kardashian West Briefly Resurfaces on Social Media
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    File photo of Kim Kardashian West arriving to her Manhattan apartment on October 3, 2016, after being robbed in her Paris, France, hotel room. Kardashian West surfaced on social media Monday night for the first time since, posting on Facebook before deleting the posts.

    She's back!

    Well...she was back.

    Kim Kardashian West resurfaced on social media Monday, for the first time since she was robbed October 3 in Paris, sharing three posts on Facebook, People Magazine reported.

    One post was a photo, captioned "Downtime #LumeeCollab" depicting the reality star lounging with her appeared to be her 2011 Blackberry. It was eventually deleted. A link to her blog was also posted and deleted. The third post, last-minute Halloween costume ideas, written by her personal assistant Stephanie Sheppard, was posted and deleted as well.

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    Kardashian West had been off of social media for nearly a month, even having her assistant update her paid phone app.

    During an appearance on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show," Kardashian West's sister Khloe said that the robbery had been "a wake up call to make a lot of life adjustments" for the entire family.