Dorit Kemsley, star of ‘Real Housewives,’ was robbed of $1 million in goods during a home invasion.
Dorit Kemsley, a star of Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” was robbed of around $1 million in valuables during a home invasion on Wednesday evening, according to various law enforcement officials involved with the case.
Officers responded to a complaint of a home invasion on the 17000 block of Adlon Road in Encino on Wednesday about 10:50 p.m. local time, according to law enforcement sources. According to the victim, “two or three individuals” got into the residence by shattering a back window and continued to walk upstairs, where they accosted the victim in bed.
According to the sources
the woman informed investigators that the guys pretended to be armed, forced her out of bed, and demanded that Dorit Kemsley escort them to jewels and other valuables around the home. One of the invaders threatened to murder her.
According to the reports, the victim consented, and at some time, the guys fled the premises with things worth around $1 million. There were security cameras nearby, but it was unclear what was captured during the event.
The victim saw no vehicle, and no arrests had been made as of Thursday afternoon. There have been no reports of injuries.
The inquiry is now being handled by the LAPD’s Robbery-Homicide section, which handles with high-profile and celebrity-related crimes.
Kemsley’s representatives refused to comment on Thursday. Bravo did not reply quickly to a request for comment on Thursday.
The cast of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” has had an ongoing anxiety about their safety since so much of their riches and where their valuables are stored has been displayed on the famous programme.
Kyle Richards’ Encino house was broken into in 2017 when Dorit Kemsley and her husband were on vacation in Aspen, Colorado, according to TMZ at the time. An estimated $1 million in jewellery and accessories was stolen, including a ring that previously belonged to her mother and diamond earrings handed to her on television by her husband.
The show’s reunion special, which was pre-recorded and shown Wednesday, referenced Richards’ burglary and safety concerns.
During the reunion special, host Andy Cohen delivered a reader message to Lisa Rinna, who voiced worry about her choice to present her antique clothes in a separate garage at her house “after a thief took all of Kyle’s Birkin bags.”
“I was quite worried after seeing that episode,” Cohen said to Rinna. “I texted you and told you to get your s—- out of the garage.”
Rinna told Cohen and the audience that the gowns had been relocated to a facility that specialised in care for historic items.