Report: Police Arrive At French Montana's Home After Armed Robbery

LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 11:  French Montana attends French Montana's boohooMAN Party at Poppy on April 11, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for boohooMAN)

Report: Police Arrive At French Montana's Home After Armed Robbery

Sources claim two armed individuals broke into the Calabasas home.

Published July 31, 2018

Coke Boys founder and South Bronx rapper French Montana became the victim of a home invasion, TMZ reports, on Tuesday morning (July 31) after two armed assailants broke into his home in Calabasas residence.

Thankfully, TMZ further reports that no one was hospitalized. But considering that the 33-year-old’s home is in a gated community, the break-in could raise many eyebrows.

  1. TMZ states that police arrived to French’s home around 9 a.m.

    The invasion reportedly occurred hours beforehand, but for an undetailed reason, was reported later on. There is currently no information as to whether anyone was held at gunpoint or injured, but the site adds that French and “an unknown number of people” were in the house during the incident.

  2. The site is also uncovering details from law enforcement sources on what the culprits made off with...

    If anything at all. TMZ states that an investigation is currently underway, but there are no leads or suspects just yet. The home, which formerly belonged to 26-year-old pop singer Selena Gomez, has a history of sketchy activity, though. The site concludes that when Gomez resided there she’d dealt with a stalker who “made his way to her home” shortly after she moved in and despite the home being located in a gated community.

    Should the Jungle Rules rapper decide to stick it out at the residence, we hope he plans on beefing up major security.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for boohooMAN)


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