Kim Kardashian’s friend Jonathan ‘Foodgod’ Cheban has been "robbed at gunpoint" in New Jersey, four years after best friend Kim was also attacked by gunmen in Paris.
Jonathan was in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, on the weekend with his mom and friend, and had enjoyed a day out at a local mall.
They were reportedly in a driveway when a man walked up and asked for the time before pulling out a gun and forcing the group between two cars.
When the gun was aimed at Jonathan's mom, Jonathan told the man to take "anything he wanted."
He is said to have taken a Richard Mille watch, worth about $250k.
TMZ claim another man with a gun was also on the scene as a lookout, and the pair left when neighbors came out to find out what the commotion was.
The publication also claims Jonathan is now helping cops with a sketch as neither of the perpetrators wore masks.
In October 2016 Kim was held at gunpoint, bound, gagged, and locked in the bathroom of a Paris apartment by up to five robbers.
Dressed as police, sources say the men were unwittingly allowed into the complex by a concierge.
After handcuffing the porter, they made their way up to Kim’s flat, where she was sleeping.
They broke in and then two of them held a gun at the reality TV star, before also tying her hands together and then locking her in a bathroom.
Chilling crime scene pictures revealed the aftermath of the robbery along with video of the alleged robbers.
They made off with a reported $10 million in jewellery.
In November 2016, it was reported that Kim was being plagued with “nightmares and flashbacks” following the robbery.
Fortunately, the couple's young children were not in the hotel room at the time.
Kim is said to no longer wear expensive jewellery.
During an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, which was filmed in the aftermath, she opened up about the robbery.
She said: "They had the gun up to me and I knew they were just going to shoot me in the head.
“Then he duck-tapes my face.
Kim said she pleaded with her captors, saying: “Please I have a family. Let me live”.