The high that comes from victory was short-lived for Manny Pacquiao who fell victim to a home invasion just a day after beating Adrien Broner

According to reports, on Sunday night (Jan. 20) a routine patrol discovered that Pacquiao's home in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles had been entered through force.

During the time of the crime, Pacquiao was still in Las Vegas after successfully defending his WBA welterweight title against Adrien Broner the night before. And the boxer is not expected to return to the residence until the investigation is complete.

At the moment, little details have been released regarding the home invasion. Although they admit that the house was ransacked, authorities have not confirmed if anything was stolen from the residence or whether they have a lead on a suspect. This is not the first time Pacman's home has been robbed. In 2012, while training out of the country, the same house was invaded resulting in a similar situation.

This latest robbery adds Manny Pacquiao's name on a long list of celebrities that includes Christina Milian and Yasiel Puig who have had their high-profile Los Angeles homes burglarized in the past year.