Singing icon Mariah Carey returned home after a long summer break to find her primary residence in Atlanta, Georgia had been broken into.
The New York Post The Page Six column revealed on Sunday that last month, when the star was busy vacationing on the Isle of Capri, Italy, and enjoying a $20 million mansion in the Hamptons, her home of Atlanta was the subject of a break and enter.
Police confirmed the break-in to the outlet, but said that since ‘this is still an open investigation, information may be limited’. It is not known what items were taken away.
The “All I Want for Christmas” singer reportedly spent the past month in Italy with boyfriend Bryan Tanaka and twins Monroe and Moroccan.
The burglary was reported to the police on July 27.
The Job The report says Carey purchased the nine-bedroom, 13-bathroom home through a trust in November 2021. The estate includes a playground, swimming pool and tennis court.
This isn’t the first time a property owned by Carey has been targeted by thieves.
TMZ reported in 2017 that his then Los Angeles home was hit by burglars who entered the house using a ladder.
The culprits escaped with handbags and sunglasses worth $50,000, but did not touch a single gemstone or particularly high-value item of jewelry or item.
Carey was not home at the time of the robbery.
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