Jason Derulo's L.A. Mansion Burglarized, $300,000 in Cash and Jewelry Stolen


Jason Derulo's L.A. Mansion Burglarized, $300,000 in Cash and Jewelry Stolen


A group of bandits forced their way into the 'Swalla' hitmaker's home in Tarzana, Los Angeles and stole $300,000 worth of cash and jewelry last week.
Some burglars broke into Jason Derulo's mansion over the weekend. According to TMZ, the burglars managed to get away with a lot of cash and jewelry. Los Angeles police confirmed that the break-in happened in the 5000 block of Vanalden Avenue on Friday afternoon, September 22.

Law enforcement told the outlet that some people forced their way into Jason's mansion, possibly breaking a door and a window. The burglars reportedly targeted only one room in the house to steal $300,000 in cash and jewelry. Judging from this report, it was believed that the burglary was an inside job.

No one was injured during the incident, and Jason was out of town for work at that time. While the R&B superstar has yet to respond to the burglary, police are currently waiting for his return to identify the missing items. LAPD detectives are investigating. No suspects have been arrested.

Jason isn't the only celebrity whose home has been hit by bandits over the past few months. Other victims included Drake, Scott Disick, Alanis Morissette, Amber Rose, Nicki Minaj, Kendall Jenner, David Spade and Emmy Rossum among others.

Jason purchased the $3 million mansion in Tarzana area in 2014 after his split from Jordin Sparks. While it's unclear where his current residence is, the singer recently shared that he's considering to get a place in Nashville after spending a lot of time with country star Luke Bryan on his farm.

Burglary aside, the "Talk Dirty" hitmaker is currently gearing up to release his new album "777". He said of the upcoming effort, "I am super excited about the album. It's called '777', because that's jackpot. I recently reached 100 million in sales, so it feels like I hit the jackpot, like my life is a dream come true."

"It's an album full of vulnerability, but it also has a huge party moments," the 28-year-old singer added. "It's a roller coaster ride. I always have to create an album that has decent values, and I really think this is my best work."


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