Chrissy Teigen's Twitter account may still be set to private, but the Lip Sync Battle host is now opening up about her friend Kim Kardashian's recent gunpoint robbery in Paris.

"I was really scared," Teigen told Us Weekly during Mohegan Sun's 20th Anniversary Party on Oct. 12. "I knew something was really wrong when that video of [Kanye West] running off stage [at the Meadows Music & Arts Festival] came about. ... He's not the type to do that. I remember my heart sank, and to hear the full story, it was really scary. It could have happened to anybody."

The Cravings cookbook author noted that she immediately thought of Kim's two children, North and Saint West after she heard the news of her attack. "Hearing the details and knowing she has babies at home and that she's so sweet, open and honest, you don't think that kind of thing could happen," she continued. 

Teigen also commented on how social media may have played a part in Kim's incident. "We both live our lives like an open book," Teigen added. "That's why her fans love her. They love seeing the ins and outs of her life, their home, their relationship. We share all of that and don't think that someone dangerous could see that and do something violent with that information. I share the inside of my home every day—so many parts of our lives we share." Prior to Kim's home invasion, the reality star had shared photographs and videos of herself on a FaceTime call​ with her brother Rob Kardashian, as well as pics of her luxurious jewelry that was reportedly stolen. 

But despite having gone through something so terrifying and public, Chrissy said her friend is doing fine. "She's OK. Kim is OK and it could have been so much more horrific, so we're happy that she's OK," she concluded.

Chrissy's latest interview follows her Twitter rant earlier in Oct. 2016, in which the celeb commented on the fans' lack of empathy when it comes to celebrity lives. Following a barrage of fan comments suggesting Kim faked her robbery, Chrissy blasted trolls, saying, "Some shit just isn’t funny. I see you trying, but it isn’t." She later changed her privacy settings on the social platform, citing that she'd had enough.