Demi Lovato House Robbed
Popular singer Demi Lovato’s house would have been robbed in the near future. But the police have arrested the group that planned on burgling her house. And are currently keeping the thieves under investigation.
Demi Lovato is spending time in rehabilitation facility as the singer is recovering from her drug abuse. Only last month, she was hospitalized in an emergency following her drug overdose. Now that she’s back and safe, Demi Lovato is receiving treatment at the rehab center. Since any news related to her has been pretty much out in the open for the past few months, it was fairly obvious that everybody knew her place might be unattended.
LAPD arrested a group of criminals on Sunday on an unrelated charge. But later, they discovered that they had access to online communication. And that they were planning onto breaking into Demi Lovato’s house. Consequently, the police authorities installed extra security and added patrols around the pop star’s house. Demi Lovato’s $8.3 million Hollywood Hills mansion is based on a four-bedroom plot. And the police are already ensuring that nobody breaks into it while she spends time in rehab.
According to reports, the burglars were planning a number of break-ins. And the group was not going to just target Demi Lovato. In fact, they had numerous houses in their sight. Regardless of whether the owners were celebrities or the common public.
It seems like Demi Lovato has stayed in the news for a long while recently. Beginning with her overdose and hospitalization to her public statement after her release and then her decision to join rehab. Later, her drug dealer got arrested making another big buzz. This news of her house almost getting robbed comes right after a backup dancer opened up as to how she had nothing to do with Demi Lovato’s overdose. She wrote a detailed Instagram post revealing how it was all on Demi Lovato. And she had nothing to do with any drugs.
Lately, Demi Lovato’s representatives have been asked to comment on the whole burglary situation. But there has been no word as of now.