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Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello 'were AT HOME when burglars broke into their house'


Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello were ‘AT HOME when BURGLARS broke into their house and stole Shawn’s Mercedes G-Wagon’

  • Mendes, 22, and Cabello, 24 were home when thieves entered their house via a window, according to TMZ
  • The burglars left once they realized the couple was home, but they stole Shawn’s Mercedes G-Wagon on their way out.
  • The suspects had escaped in the luxury SUV by the time the police arrived
  • No arrests have been made so far by the LAPD
  • The singing couple have been in a relationship since 2019 and have quarantined together throughout the coronavirus pandemic 

Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello had a terrifying experience last week at their home. 

Mendes, 22, and Cabello, 24, were together at home when thieves broke into their home in Los Angeles and entered via a window, TMZ reports.

The burglars apparently didn’t stick around long after realizing the singing couple were in the house, but they managed to steal one of Shawn’s luxury vehicles.

Scary: Shawn Mendes, 22, and his girlfriend Camila Cabello, 24, were the victims of a robbery after thieves broke into their home last week; seen in January 2020

Close encounter: The couple were still at home when the robbers entered via a window; seen in January 2020

Scary: Shawn Mendes, 22, and his girlfriend Camila Cabello, 24, were the victims of a robbery after thieves broke into their home last week while they were inside

The robbers reportedly got the keys to the In My Blood singer’s Mercedes G-Class SUV and drove away with the pricy vehicle, which costs at least six figures.

Sources familiar with the event said the police were called and quickly arrived at Cabello and Mendes’ home, but the thieves had already departed by then.

So far, it’s unknown if either of the singers had a run-in with the intruders before they made their hasty exit.

The Los Angeles Police Department hasn’t made any arrests in the case yet, but the force is investigating the matter 

Big haul: The robbers reportedly got the keys to the In My Blood singer's Mercedes G-Class SUV and drove away with the pricy vehicle, which costs at least six figures

Big haul: The robbers reportedly got the keys to the In My Blood singer’s Mercedes G-Class SUV and drove away with the pricy vehicle, which costs at least six figures

Police response: Sources familiar with the event said the police were called and quickly arrived at Cabello and Mendes' home, but the thieves had already departed by then

Police response: Sources familiar with the event said the police were called and quickly arrived at Cabello and Mendes’ home, but the thieves had already departed by then 

Cabello and Mendes have been nearly inseparable throughout the coronavirus pandemic, though they’ve mainly been staying at the former Fifth Harmony member’s home in Miami.

However, they recently switched coasts and moved into her Hollywood Hills home earlier in March.

The Cuban-born songstress purchased the centrally located house in 2019 for $3.4 million. 

Relocated: The Havana singer moved back to LA this month with Mendes after they spent much of the pandemic in Miami. She owns a $3.4 million home in the Hollywood Hills

Relocated: The Havana singer moved back to LA this month with Mendes after they spent much of the pandemic in Miami. She owns a $3.4 million home in the Hollywood Hills 

Earlier this month, Camila revealed to People that she has been attending weekly racial healing sessions in order to ‘do better’ and be ‘held accountable’ for her past actions.

Racist Tumblr posts she allegedly created back in 2012 resurfaced on social media in December 2019, creating a swirl of controversy.

The posts included offensive memes and some even featured the N-word.

She apologized at the time for her ‘horrible and hurtful language,’ though the posts were overshadowed amid 2020’s racial justice protests inspired by the police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, along with many other slain Black Americans.

Doing the work: Earlier this month, Camila revealed to People that she has been attending weekly racial healing sessions so she can 'do better' and be 'held accountable' for her past actions; pictured March 2020

Doing the work: Earlier this month, Camila revealed to People that she has been attending weekly racial healing sessions so she can ‘do better’ and be ‘held accountable’ for her past actions; pictured March 2020

In January, Camila founded the Healing Justice Project with the nonprofit Movement Voter Fund.

The project will provide six months of mental health counseling for 10 organizations catering to racial minority and LGBTQ populations.

‘A lot of activists don’t have the time or resources to take care of themselves,’ Camila told People. ‘When you’re struggling or feeling burnout, it’s hard to show up for other people. You have to heal yourself before you can heal the community.’ 

Owning up: Cabello issued a December 2019 statement where she owned up to past racist behavior saying that she was 'uneducated and ignorant' while vowing to do better

In the past: Camila said attending the weekly sessions 'created a space where I was held accountable. You get corrected, you have homework, and you learn'

Owning up: Cabello issued a December 2019 statement where she owned up to past racist behavior saying that she was ‘uneducated and ignorant’ while vowing to do better



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