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(4 Oct 2016) 
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Paris, 4 October 2016
1. Wide shot Karl Lagerfeld posing for photos
2. Medium shot Karl Lagerfeld shaking hands with Usher
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Karl Lagerfeld, designer:
"I think it's a very bad thing for Paris. But I don't understand why she (Kim Kardashian) was in a hotel with no security and things like this. If you are that famous and you put all your jewelry on the net you go to hotels where nobody can come near to the room."
(Reporter: "Do you think she is somehow too public a figure?") 
"Too public, too public, we have to see in what time we live. You cannot display your wealth and then be surprised that some people want to share it."
(Reporter: "So would you think that celebrities in future seasons might be discouraged from Paris with the terror attacks now that…")
"I think it's a very bad thing, image-wise I think it's very bad. We make all the efforts to make Paris appealing then suddenly… apparently they were people from the East, from Eastern Europe. They are the worst."
3. Cutaway Lagerfeld 
4. Medium shot Courtney Love and her daughter Frances Bean Cobain
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Courtney Love, recording artist:
"As a friend of hers I feel very like horrified and even if I wasn't her friend I would be horrified. It's disgusting and it's horrific and terrifying. I don't know what went on with security, I can't say and I really can't speak to it, but it was terrible."
(Reporter: "But in terms of your personal habits and stuff, are you going to be double looking doors, looking at high security?")
SOUNDBITE (English) Frances Bean Cobain, Courtney Love's daughter:
"No. I don't think stealing our stuff would make millions of dollars… I don't feel we're targets." 
(Reporter: "Do you have millions in bags?") 
SOUNDBITE (English) Frances Bean Cobain: "Hell no, hell no."
SOUNDBITE (English) Courtney Love: "If we did we wouldn't tell you." 
(Reporter: "In the future, would it ever stop you from coming back?")  
SOUNDBITE (English) Courtney Love: "No, no, no." 
(Reporter: "You had an incident yourself during the taxi strike.) 
SOUNDBITE (English) Courtney Love: "The looting. Yeah that was terrifying, absolutely terrifying."
(Reporter: "And did you think twice about coming back?")
SOUNDBITE (English) Courtney Love: "No, it's just Paris." 
(Reporter: "Paris is like a war zone, it seems like Syria, here there are sniffer dogs and men with guns. Do you not find that kind of frightening?")
SOUNDBITE (English) Courtney Love: "Well I always come to fashion weeks, so that's what I relate it to. I don't see the underbelly so much, maybe I should more but I just don't." 
(Reporter: "So you think it's a bubble?") 
SOUNDBITE (English) Courtney Love: "It's a bubble for me yes."
6. Medium shot Lily-Rose Depp and Usher posing for cameras
7. Medium shot Carla Bruni Sarkozy walking past camera 
STORYLINE:
KARL LAGERFELD, COURTNEY LOVE COMMENT ON THE KARDASHIAN WEST ROBBERY
Karl Lagerfeld said he doesn't understand why Kim Kardashian did not have better security when the U.S. reality TV star was robbed at gunpoint of more than 10 million dollars' worth of jewelry in the French capital on Monday morning.
Speaking on the sidelines of the Chanel fashion show in Paris on Tuesday (4 OCT. 2016), Lagerfeld said people should be expect to be targets when they display their wealth.
"Too public, too public, we have to see in what time we live. You cannot display your wealth and then be surprised that some people want to share it, " he said. 
Courtney Love, who was also attending the Chanel event, said that while she found the reality TV star's ordeal "terrifying," she doesn't consider herself rich enough to be a target. 


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