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Scott Disick’s Hidden Hills home burglarized while he was out of state celebrating birthday

25 May 2017 Entertainment News


Fourth Estate Staff

Hidden Hills, CA, United States (4E) – The Hidden Hills home of Scott Disick was burglarized on Sunday morning while he was away, police confirmed.

Lost Hills Sherriff’s Department said that an alarm at the home of the reality star was triggered so the security company called the cops. The call came in at around 1:21 a.m. When police came, it appeared that no one was home and they found a rear glass sliding door possibly forced open. It remained unclear if anything was taken and if the house was ransacked.

The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star was in Las Vegas when the incident took place. He was celebrating his 34th birthday at 1OAK. Police said they were not able to contact him, explaining why they could not confirm whether or not there was something missing from the home. The investigation on the matter remains active.

The father-of-three’s birthday party was a poolside bash at the Liquid Pool Lounge at the Aria Resort & Casino. Later, there was another party at 1OAK. He was spotted partying with Cooper Mount, Connor Treacy, and Everybody Knows LO. Later, he had dinner at Stack restaurant inside the Mirage Hotel and Casino.

In the past days, other homes of celebrities were also burglarized. This includes A$AP Rocky, Amber Rose, Kendall Jenner, Emmy Rossum, Jaime Pressly, Trevor Ariza and many more.

According to other reports surrounding Disick, he has allegedly been partying hard and drinking away since his former partner, Kourtney Kardashian, with whom he shares three kids with, started dating 23-year-old former boxer and current model Younes Bendjim. Kardashian was spotted at Cannes with Bendjim over the weekend.

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