Kim Kardashian made a brief return to social media on Monday night following the traumatic robbery she faced in Paris last month. The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star shared three posts on Facebook but deleted them on Tuesday (1 November) morning.

The reality star shared a photo that showed her looking at her LuMee smartphone. "Downtime #LumeeCollab," the 36-year-old captioned the photo, according to People.

Kim also shared a link to her blog for throwback family Halloween videos compiled by her big sister Kourtney Kardashian. "Love these old videos!" she wrote.

Kim also shared a second link to her blog about last-minute Halloween costume ideas titled "From Steph: The 5 Things You Need For A 5 Minute Halloween." The Halloween costume was written by Kim's assistant Stephanie Sheppard.

So why did Kim delete the posts she shared?

According to the Us Weekly, the posts were an "error". A source told the celebrity news website, "She's [Kim Kardashian] still figuring out when is the right time for her to come back".

On 3 October, five gun-wielding men forced into Kim's room at Hôtel de Pourtalès in Paris, France. The men gagged her and tied her up in the bathroom and fled the crime scene with jewellery worth an estimated $8.5 million. Kim was unharmed during the incident but was left traumatised.

The hotel concierge, who was held at gunpoint and was forced to allow the robbers to enter Kim's room, had said that the thieves were not there for the jewellery but were after cash.

"[The robber] said, 'I don't need phones' in French, [but] he doesn't understand English, and also she didn't understand French, and the guy was asking for money, money, money," Abdulrahman told Entertainment Tonight. "She believed that they were there for her ring. She showed her hand ... there is no ring, and the guy is like, 'Where is the ring?' At the moment she gave him her ring -- it was on a table close to the floor -- she gave her ring to the guy ... and he put it in his pocket."

The matter is under investigation. No arrests have been made so far.