Tommy Lee’s Calabasas Home Reportedly Ransacked And Robbed

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Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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Suspects reportedly robbed and ransacked Tommy Lee’s Calabasas-area mansion in November, causing at least $5,000 worth of damages to his home.

Lee doesn’t reside there and has had the property up for sale for quite some time, according to TMZ.  The Los Angeles Police Department alerted the famous rock star to the burglary, so he rushed over to assess the damages and account for missing items, according to TMZ.

It remains unclear if it was one person responsible for the robbery, or if there were several culprits. Whoever broke into Lee’s home gained entry through the glass door in the back of the home and completely trashed the inside of the residence, according to TMZ. Broken glass was left all over the floor, lamps were thrown and shattered, and one of Lee’s side gates was also damaged as a result of the burglary, according to TMZ.

The list of stolen items was reportedly limited to just a bathroom mirror and some cabinet handles, whose value has not been determined yet, according to TMZ. (RELATED: REPORT: Famous Musical Artist’s Home Burglarized)

There is no information on suspects available at this time. The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department continues to investigate the matter.

Lee’s home was famously robbed by a contractor in 1995, resulting in the theft and public release of his sex tape with Pamela Anderson, according to TMZ.

Lee’s residential burglary is just one of several celebrity break-ins reported so far this year. Mariah Carey’s home was burglarized while she was vacationing, a robbery attempt was made at Arsenio Hall’s home while he was inside, and Megan Thee Stallion and Nas were also targeted as well.