Kim Kardashian's return to social media was "an accident"

Kim Kardashian is not planning her comeback just yet.

The star – who has been off social media since the terrifying Paris robbery – sparked speculation that she would be making a return to public life when she posted an old snap on Facebook.

But according to US Weekly, the posts – which have since been deleted – were an accident.

“The posts were an error. She’s still figuring out when is the right time for her to come back,” an insider was quoted as saying.

A Facebook post showed Kim relaxing, looking at a mobile phone by a company which she has previously collaborated with on their designs.

Kim had also shared a link to old family videos complied by her sister Kourtney.

Meanwhile, the star is said to be mulling over seven-figure offers from major US TV networks to talk about her ordeal.

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