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21 October 2017, 01:01 | Clyde Nash
Mariah Carey is the latest victim of a Los Angeles-area home burglary
Thieves broke into the pop icon's home at roughly 3 a.m. on Thursday and stole $50,000 worth of items, TMZ reported.
Mariah Carey's fans and friends are reportedly anxious about her emotional stability after the pop superstar shared a freakish video rant about her new song on social media. While the thieves didn't make off with any of the hitmaker's jewels, they DID scoop up several of the A-lister's purses and sunglasses.
In any event, we're told no one was home at the time - Mariah is in NYC - and although the burglars tripped a silent alarm. her security didn't discover the break-in until about 6 or 7 AM.
In recent months, police officers in Los Angeles are overwhelmed by cases of burglary involving celebrities. Fans watching the live stream took to the comments to express their concern for Carey and to speak out about her behavior.
The burglars reportedly got into the home through a window or door on an upper floor.
Carey has now joined the likes of David Spade, Scott Disick, Alanis Morisette, Emmy Rossum and Jason Derulo, whose homes were also broken into this year.
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