Gun Held To Rapper's Sister's Head In Beverly Grove Home Invasion

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Three suspects have stolen $1.5 million in jewelry from the home of rapper A$AP Rocky, after forcing a woman at gunpoint to let them into the residence, according to KTLA.

A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department said in a statement released on Wednesday (17.05.17): "At 11:30 pm last night officers responded to a home invasion robbery". In the process they'd also taken $1.5 million-worth of jewelry from the home. A woman, said to be his sister or relative, answered.

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A$AP Rocky should probably drop that dollar sign from his name. According to police, the victim was forced back inside the home and asked to open a safe, though she didn't know the code to open it.

A$AP Rocky was not home at the time. They pulled a gun and forced their way into the house. She was not tied up and it appears she was not injured. That's when she was confronted by three suspects - one of them was armed with a handgun.

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They abandoned the safe on a nearby sidewalk, KNBC-TV reported.

Below is a video that A$AP Rocky posted on Tuesday.

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