Kim Kardashian is reportedly in New York City speaking with the judge and attorneys overseeing her Paris robbery case, according to TMZ.

The reality star is allegedly offering her testimony of the harrowing event -- when she was reportedly bound and gagged by a group of armed men who stole $11 million worth of jewelry from her hotel room — as well as identifying the men who reportedly committed the crime. Per French law, Kardashian won’t be required to undergo cross-examination.

"They have a lot of evidence that’s not out there in the media," an unnamed source reportedly told US Weekly. "Kim is anxious to get this behind her but remains appreciative to the French authorities who have been really thorough and she’s happy justice is going to be served."

Kardashian apparently brought her two children, North and Saint West, with her but left husband Kanye West back in California. TMZ reports Kardashian “worried it would be too stressful on him and she feels she’s strong enough to handle the situation on her own.”

French police made 17 arrests early last month, following an investigation into Kardashian’s robbery. The reported burglars were captured near Paris, Normandy and the French Riviera, according to The Guardian.

Fingerprints found in Kardashian’s Paris hotel room reportedly aided in identifying two suspects, which ultimately led police to the other alleged robbers, who ranged in age from 22 to 73.

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