"First of all, I was completely taken off guard," the reality star told Extra on Tuesday. "[The intruders] were surprised to see me at home. When they did, they pushed me to the ground. They said, 'Who else is in the home?'"
The reality star's son Jagger, seven, and daughter Phoenix, five, were asleep inside their bedrooms at the time the incident occurred late last month, while her husband and the children's father, PK Kemsley, was away in London.
"There was someone else who said, 'Just kill her, just kill her already, just kill her,' and all I could think of ... 'I have to save those babies,'" Dorit continued. "I begged them, I begged for my life, and begged for their life."
The fashion designer said she told the intruders to take any of their belongings, as long as her family would be kept safe. "You can have it all. Please, I'm a mother of babies. Please, they need me. Please don't hurt me," she recalled begging.
She went on to say she was determined to remain calm, as the intruders were "very panicked" and the "situation could have gone a lot worse."
"I fought for mine and my kids' lives, and I got lucky," she added. "My kids didn't wake up and they don't know anything about it."
Despite the bold face she put on in the days following the invasion, Dorit revealed she has been suffering panic attacks as of late. "How am I ever going to feel safe again? How do I protect my children? I'm going through all of that," she said.
Meanwhile, the LADP released home surveillance footage on Monday, showing two masked men breaking in Dorit's home and then leaving with the stolen loot wrapped in bedding.