Mariah Carey's LA Home Burglarized For $50K In Purses, Sunglasses

Ruben Ruiz
October 21, 2017

Mariah Carey's fans and friends are reportedly anxious about her emotional stability after the pop superstar shared a weird video rant about her new song on social media. The singer was out of town on vacation at the time of the incident.

In a Facebook Live video posted on Thursday night, the 47-year-old singer can be seen running from room to room in her apartment while wearing a crimson silk robe. The thieves allegedly used a ladder to gain access to the property through a window or a door on an upper floor.

Entered by breaking in, the criminals are given to heart joy. In Carey's case, $50,000 worth of items were stolen. Objects designer, which were necessarily of great value when we know the taste of luxury of the star of the Gni. They managed to "trip" a silent alarm, but Carey's security team didn't realize anything was wrong until 6 or 7 the next morning.

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The Los Angeles Police Department is now investigating this latest celeb break-in.

Carey joins other entertainers whose homes were burglarized this year including Nicki Minaj, James Derulo and Michael B. Jordan. Her residence was last secured on October 18.

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