Nicki Minaj Robbed Of $200K In Her Los Angeles Mansion
Nicki Minaj is currently installing world class security in her Beverly Hills mansion. This development comes after she reportedly was robbed while attending a Young Money peace summit with Drake and Lil Wayne, and her home was robbed.
According to TMZ, her 11,500 square-foot estate was “completely trashed” inside, furniture flipped over, clothes cut up, and valuable items ranging from pictures to perfume bottles were destroyed. A representative from the L.A. Police Department told Billboard that the unknown persons stole about $175,000 worth of jewelry and other property.
Nicki Minaj is about $200k worse for wear after a burglary at her L.A. mansion … TMZ has learned.
Law enforcement sources tell us the 11,500 sq. ft palace was totally trashed on the inside. The suspect or suspects knocked over and flipped furniture and items all over the house … almost as if they were frantically looking for something.
They were successful. We’re told the burglars made off with a ton of jewelry and other property, and there were clear signs of forced entry in spots around the house.
Other sources connected to the case tell us the damage looks like this was personal. They vandalized certain items in the house … destroyed picture frames, perfume bottles, furniture … and even cut up Nicki’s clothing.
Nicki’s team reported the burglary earlier this week. She was out of town. We’re told police are looking for any surveillance video of the culprit, but as of now … no suspects.
The rap queen is yet to issue an official statement, but TMZ adds that sources close to her have confirmed that she is “going all out with a security system that includes cameras to cover the sprawling grounds. She’s also hiring 24/7 security guards for when she’s there and when she’s out of town.”
Meanwhile, the police are already investigating the robbery using only the street cams in her area.
Here’s hoping the criminals will be caught.
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