Givenchy : Front Row - Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2017Months after Kim Kardashian West was robbed at gunpoint in Paris on Oct. 3, the reality star has opened up about the experience, and needless to say, it sounds terrifying.

In Sunday's episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," Kardashian West walked the public through the events of that night and what was going through her mind at the time. The description is downright chilling. As she told her sisters Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian on the show, she thought she would be raped and killed.

It wasn't a leap for Kardashian West to believe that she was in such danger. The intruders, two armed and masked men posing as police officers, managed to get into her hotel room where she was dozing. She woke up when she heard them coming up the stairs, but they threw her on the bed and used duct tape to bind her and gag her.

"I thought, 'Okay, this is the moment. They are going to rape me,'" she said, according to Variety. "And I fully mentally prepped myself."

Fortunately, that didn't happen, but she still had good reason to fear for her safety; the men held the gun to her head. Kardashian West described how she felt sure they would shoot her and how she worried about her sister Kourtney finding her after.

"I just prayed Kourtney was going to have a normal life after she sees my dead body on the bed," Kardashian West said.

As it turned out, the men were more interested in her jewelry than physically harming her. They hauled her to the bathroom and left her there while they reportedly took off with millions of dollars worth of jewelry, including her $4 million engagement ring. Once they were gone, Kardashian West was eventually able to call her sisters and mom, Kris Jenner.

In the aftermath of the traumatic event, Kardashian West has been noticeably less public. E! even put "KUTK" filming on hold temporarily to give her time to cope. After hearing her tell the tale, it's even clearer why.

Watch part of Kardashian West's description of the night below.

[via: E!; Variety]