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Mariah Carey's home burglarized of $50G worth of items

21 October 2017, 01:02 | Ruben Stone

Mariah Carey is the latest victim of a Los Angeles-area home burglary

Mariah Carey is the latest victim of a Los Angeles-area home burglary

Mariah Carey's Los Angeles home was struck by burglars, who made off with approximately $50,000 in property, police said.

The singer was in NY at the time of the facts.

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. They reportedly entered through an upper level window or door via a ladder left in the backyard. Production spell of silence... Objects designer, which were necessarily of great value when we know the taste of luxury of the star of the Gni.

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The singer's security team was not made aware of the burglary until several hours later around 6 or 7 a.m., even though the thieves set off a silent alarm, according to TMZ. Her residence was last secured on October 18.

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.

In recent months, police officers in Los Angeles are overwhelmed by cases of burglary involving celebrities.

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