JoJo Siwa shares ‘terrifying’ footage from break-in at $3.4million home

JoJo Siwa’s San Fernando Valley property was burgled early hours of Monday morning, with the Dance Moms star sharing the “terrifying” footage on Snapchat.

Police headed to the dancer’s house after being alerted by the alarm company, according to TMZ.

The publication reported the burglars had spotted an open door, thought to be the robber’s point of entry, but they had vanished before authorities arrived.

Siwa, 19, took to Snapchat to share footage from the terrifying incident, with the reality star, fortunately, being away from home at the time.

She wrote over a short video of the masked burglars on her iconic staircase: “Security footage of the break-in… It’s terrifying. This makes me sick to watch.”

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Siwa also described the incident as an “armed robbery”, though the LAPD did not clarify to TMZ whether that was, in fact, the case.

The TikTok star continued: “It was a REALLLLLY long night on the phone with my security, family, and LAPD.” (sic)

She reassured her fans, however, that her family and dogs were safe, which was the “most important” thing to the dancer.

Siwa wrote: “I’m just happy that my family and pups are safe. The most important thing to me.

“Do me a favour and hug your people extra tight tonight.

“Life is SCARY. And you never know when anything could happen.”

No description was available of the potential suspects with the offenders reportedly still at large.

No vehicle description connected with the crime has been released.

Siwa bought the $3.4million property for herself and her family in the Los Angeles suburb of Tarzana in December 2019.

In late 2021 she appeared on MTV Cribs and showed off her incredible bedroom, decorated with 4000lbs of candy.

The robbery is not the first crime to be associated with the address, with the dancer becoming the victim of “swatting” in early 2021.

Swatting – when emergency responders are falsely summoned to a location by a prank call – was outlawed at a federal level in 2015.

Dozens of police officers flocked to Siwa’s house as a result of her getting ‘swatted,’ ordering her and three others out of the building with their hands up.

The incident left Siwa “scared” that “somebody was in the house and I didn’t know about it”, with the incident occurring just hours after she came out as pansexual publicly.

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