An intruder entered the home of singer Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey, located in an exclusive gated community in Los Angeles, United States.
The man broke into the property, and apparently spent a good time in the backyard next to the couple’s barbecue.
TMZ published that the event took place last Saturday and that the subject ran away when he was discovered by the security team. At that instant, he began a foot chase. The hitherto unidentified man jumped over the fence and raced through the neighborhood.
While some ran after the subject, other members of the security group called the police.
The pursuit was unsuccessful by the security team. The intruder managed to escape.
The police arrived at Justin Bieber’s residence and searched, but the man, who could not take anything, was gone. It is unknown how he managed to enter the house of this
According to TMZ, the artist was not in the place since they were on vacation. The aforementioned medium stressed that it is not the first time they have broken into the Bieber house.
The exclusivity of artists’ gated communities does not fully protect them. Numerous artists have been victims of robberies in their homes in the richest areas of Los Angeles.
Justin Bieber was saved from a robbery, but not everyone has run with the same luck.
Entertainment media have reviewed in recent years, millionaire robberies in the houses of celebrities. One of them was the renowned star, who in 2017 was robbed of jewelry and objects valued at more than half a million dollars.
Another victim was the baseball player Yasiel Puig with a robbery that amounted to 170 thousand dollars. In 2016 it was the singer Nicki Minaj, when some two million dollars worth of jewelry was stolen from her house.
Paris Hilton, Rachel Bilson, Lindsay Lohan, Megan Fox and Orlando Bloom also made the list.
In the case of Paris Hilton, burglars broke into her home approximately six times.
“I had no idea they tried to take my dog. I didn’t know they were selling my stuff on the Venice Boardwalk,” Hilton told the Los Angeles Times in 2013, according to the Vice portal.