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Drake’s $75M L.A. Mansion Burglarized; Suspect Arrested



Drake’s $75 million mansion in Los Angeles has been burglarized, and a suspect has been taken into police custody.
The 6 God’s security was alerted on Thursday night (January 26) to an intruder on the premises who had made their way into the Toronto rapper’s abode.

Law enforcement sources told TMZ that Drake’s security phoned police after they spotted the intruder leaving the house with something in his hands.

Drake wasn’t home at the time, but police were able to track down the culprit after searching the neighborhood and subsequently arrested him.

This is far from the first time Drake’s L.A. home has had to deal with trespassers. In July, cops were called to the California mansion after an employee saw someone meandering around the pool house. LAPD quested the 23-year-old intruder, who claimed to be Drizzy’s son. He was charged with misdemeanor trespassing.

Last year also saw a knife-wielding woman get arrested after striking one of Drake’s security guards with a metal pipe in an effort to break into his “Embassy” mansion in Toronto.

Before that, a “super stalker” broke into Drake’s Hidden Hills estate in 2017 and swiped several items, including sodas and water. She was arrested while wearing one of his hoodies and claimed she had permission to be inside the residence.


The fan, known as Mesha Collins, later filed a $4 billion lawsuit against Drake, accusing him of defamation and leaking private information about her.

The suit was later thrown out, with Drizzy securing a restraining order against Collins.

The latest burglary comes after Drake took to the iconic Apollo Theater stage in Harlem last weekend following multiple delays. The Her Loss hitmaker brought out Dipset, 21 Savage and Lil Uzi Vert across two sold-out shows.

In other Drake news, the OVO boss also released a music video for “Jumbotron Shit Poppin” earlier this month, which saw him showcase over $3.3 million worth of Pharrell‘s jewelry.

Her Loss debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart last November, moving roughly 404,000 album-equivalent units in its first week. It has since surpassed over one million sales in the U.S. and over a billion streams on Spotify.