Christina Milian's home reportedly burglarized twice in 4 days while she's out of the country
Another day, another break-in at Christina Milian's home. Reports confirm burglars have broken into her property twice in four days. The series of burglaries occurred while the singer was traveling with her boyfriend of one year.
Christina Milian is out of the country and thieves seem to be feasting on her home. TMZ has confirmed burglars have penetrated her San Fernando Valley home again just four days after robbers stole $100k worth of jewelry from the same residence.
On Tuesday, law enforcement officers revealed burglars entered Milian’s property at around 10 pm. The break-in came as a surprise as cops were still currently investigating a previous burglary that occurred in the same property on Friday afternoon.
Though no direct link has been made between the two burglaries and it’s not certain whether it was the same perpetrators on both days, the investigation revealed they entered the property the same way – by smashing a side door. The alarm was triggered soon after the door was smashed but by the time police arrived at the scene, the robbers were gone.
No details regarding what was stolen could be provided since Milian and her boyfriend who lives with her, M. Pokora, are currently on vacation. She recently shared pics of them in Puerto Rico, right before the first burglary took place. Days later, she revealed they were in France.
The string of burglaries in Milian’s home follows recent reports of other celebrities’ homes being broken into including those of Wiz Khalifa, Bella Thorne, and John Mayer. Cops suspect that aside from the fact that celebrities have money and jewelry worth stealing, their absence from their homes when out of town with the knowledge of the public through social media makes them easy targets for robberies.
Milian and Pokora, a French musician, have been dating since 2017. They were reportedly celebrating their first year anniversary during the time the burglaries took place. No comment has been issued by the two since news of the break-ins broke.