Mariah Carey’s multi-million dollar home in Atlanta was robbed last month while she was on vacation in the likes of Italy and the Hamptons, according to page six,
The outlet reports that the Grammy Award-winning singer, 53, was in the midst of globetrotting when her $5.6 million house was torn down on July 27.
It was not immediately clear what was stolen from his home, and while no arrests have been made as of Monday, Atlanta police say the crime is under investigation and “the information (we have) may be limited,” per six pages. .
Representatives for Carey did not respond to a request for comment.
She had bought the spacious nine-bedroom, 13-bathroom house, which includes a tennis court, a playground and a pool, through a trust in November 2021.
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Meanwhile, the singer was living her best life, and documented the journey on Instagram with her 11-year-old Moroccan twins and Monroe and boyfriend Brian Tanaka, 39.
According to an Instagram post from that day, on July 16, the family can be seen enjoying a trip on the ferry to begin their holiday in Italy.
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He captioned it, “Here in Capri the humidity is taking a picture before my hair is frizzy.”
Then on July 25, Instagram posts show she was in the Hampton hamlet of Water Mills, at an event where she supported real estate company Nestseekers to assist with rentals.
“For weeks east, soaking it all up,” wrote Carey with a post sitting in a chair at home called Eagles Point.
Page Six reports that the singer spent more than six figures on her two-week stay at the $20 million Hampton property.
On Thursday, Carey announced on Twitter that she would be attending the Global Citizen Festival, a benefit concert in New York’s Central Park that also stars Metallica and the Jonas Brothers.
“New York, mark your calendars! On September 24th, I’m calling on world leaders and corporations to empower women + girls, take climate action and end extreme poverty, together with @GlblCtzn. #GlobalCitizenFestival’s Take action to earn tickets,” she tweeted.
The event, which takes place on 24 September, also includes concerts from around the world in Accra, Ghana, where Usher, HER and SZA will perform.
The day will be a call to action to immediately address the many global crises around the world, namely poverty Global Citizens CEO Hugh Evans said of the incident.
In June, Carey was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, according to her instagram account.