A Man Broke Into Amber Rose’s Home For Hours While She And Her Son Slept

If you will recall, a few years ago, actress Sanaa Lathan had a stalker who showed up not only at but in her home multiple times. The first time he was discovered, the man was sleeping in her laundry room.

This week, a man broke into Amber Rose’s home, moving among her space and hiding in it for hours. He wasn’t discovered, though. This occurred while Rose, her four-year-old son Sebastian, her mom, assistant and even her security slept.

Amber Rose intruder

According to TMZ, on Wednesday, the man broke a kitchen window and entered her home in San Fernando Valley through the pantry. It’s unclear exactly what the man was doing moving about the home all of that time, but it’s said that her assistant even got up at one point in the night to get food from the kitchen. At that time, the man reportedly hid in another part of the house.

When everyone finally woke up and the man had already left the property, Rose noticed the broken kitchen window in the afternoon. When no one knew what happened, she viewed the footage captured by her surveillance cameras and saw the man breaking into her home, as well as leaving afterward. She notified police, who are now investigating.

In an interesting turn of events, the intruder didn’t steal anything. However, Rose’s Twitter account was allegedly broken into yesterday, with messages left dissing both Beyoncé (“Hey @Beyonce I got a secret. I am Becky With the Short Hair. #iaintsorry #muvalemonade”) and rapper Tyga (“Dear @Tyga ever since you left @BLACCHYNA your music has been (trash emoji) it’s always been trash just more than usual. #muva”).

She would later state in a video, alongside radio personality and author Charlamagne, that her account was hacked.


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