Beyoncé's Storage Units Targeted by Thieves Who Reportedly Stole $1 Million in Valuables

A new report reveals that Beyoncé's L.A.-area storage units were looted by thieves, not once but twice this month, and they stole $1 million in valuables.


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Beyoncé’s Los Angeles area storage units were looted, with the burglars reportedly nabbing over $1 million in goods.

According to TMZ’s law enforcement sources, three of the singer’s storage units were broken into twice this month, with the offenders stealing her pricey handbags and dresses. Her production company Parkwood Entertainment was apparently renting out the storage units, with the stolen pieces from the first robbery appearing to belong to Bey. The burglars hit the units one time and then returned within a week and ransacked three units in the same storage space, taking handbags, kid’s toys, and photos that are the property of one of Beyoncé’s stylists. 

Other celebrities have been targets of similar thefts, with TMZ noting that storage space burglaries are growing. Culprits also hit Miley Cyrus’ storage space, making off with clothes, family photos, and mementos.

At the top of the year, burglars broke into Diddy’s L.A. area home in Toluca Lake, but it was unclear if anything was taken. He’s rarely at that residence since his former partner Kim Porter passed away in 2018. Dr. Dre’s L.A. home was also targeted while he was hospitalized earlier this year for a brain aneurysm. However, burglars were unsuccessful in their attempts to enter the property.

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