Currently, the cops have released surveillance footage and asked the public to aid them in hunting down the criminals who broke into Kemsley’s Encino home.
The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star opened up about the scary break-in that happened while her kids were home.
“They Were Surprised To See Me At Home”
Kemsley got candid with Extra TV’s Teddi Mellencamp about the break-in and how she is “trying to put one foot in front of the other.”
The fashion designer detailed the frightening night that robbers trespassed her residence and made away with bags filled with stolen items.
“First of all, I was completely taken off guard,” Kemsley said. She revealed that the intruders were surprised to see her at home and immediately pushed her to the ground.
The robbers asked the mother-of-two who was at home while her children, 7-year-old Jagger and 5-year-old Phoenix, slept.
Kemsley shared that one of the intruders said, “Just kill her, just kill her already, just kill her,” and all she thought of was saving her babies.
The victim begged for her life and her children’s lives, telling the thieves to take all her property but not to hurt her because she is “a mother of babies.”
Kemsley’s said she stayed very calm because the robbers were panicking, and she did not want to aggravate the situation.
The reality star said she fought for herself and the lives of her kids. Fortunately, the children slept through the ordeal.
Unfortunately, Kemsley is traumatized by the incident and now gets panic attacks. She feels unsafe and questions how to protect her children following the invasion.
Mellencamp asked her how it has been jumping back into filming “RHOBH” and if her co-stars have been supportive. Kemsley confessed that they have been beyond supportive in what she described as long progress.
Dana Wilkey Denies Involvement In “RHOBH” Co-Star’s Gunpoint Robbery
Dana Wilkey has received backlash and accusations that one of her Instagram posts led to Kemsley’s Gunpoint invasion. “RHOBH” alum Mellencamp commented on Wilkey’s post writing:
“I hope you sleep really well tonight. You put her and her kids in danger by posting this. Disgusting.”
The Blast reported that the post included an LLC document named after Kemsley’s street but without her exact residential address. Wilkey did not explain why she shared the document but wrote, “Guess why I’m posting this?”
Wilkey defended her post, saying she shared an office address that was accessible to the public. She added that Kemsley’s house is on the market, and she has often seen the listing.
Kemsley’s husband PK did not buy Wilkey’s explanation, calling her a thirsty “c***.” He added that she tried to hurt his family’s reputation in a sad attempt to garner more attention. PK then awarded Wilkey the “C*** of the week.”
Despite the heavy backlash from fans and stars on “RHOBH” over her post, she blamed Kemsley’s robbery on the showy lives displayed by cast members.
Wilkey took to her Instagram Story to say, “It appears #rhobh have been burglarized several times likely because of showing their lifestyle.”