Mariah Carey's home burglarized of $50000 worth of accessories

21 October, 2017, 01:02 | Author: Julio Duncan
  • Burglars gained access to her residence around 3am Thursday entering through a window or door on an upper floor law enforcement officials told TMZ. Carey was not harmed in the incident as she is currently in New York City

The guilty party is believed to have snuck in through a window or door on a ladder found in the backyard of the Los Angeles mansion, according to TMZ.

While Glitter star and multiple Grammy Award-winning singer Mariah Carey, 47, was working in New York City, her Los Angeles home was being robbed. On-site, they have stolen not less than $ 50,000 of property, such as "bags and sunglasses" in the full amount.

According to TMZ, no one was home at the time of the robbery and Carey was in NY.


Thankfully, no one was home at the time of the break-in as Mariah is now in NYC.

Add Mariah Carey to the lengthy list of celebrities whose Los Angeles-area homes were burglarized this year. Fans watching the live stream took to the comments to express their concern for Carey and to speak out about her behavior. The burglars triggered a silent alarm so security didn't find out about it until 6 or 7 AM.

Carey has now joined the likes of David Spade, Scott Disick, Alanis Morisette, Emmy Rossum and Jason Derulo, whose homes were also broken into this year.

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