David Spade robbed cash jewelry mother wedding ring

David Spade Robbed! Burglars Make Off With Cash, Jewelry, Mom’s Wedding Ring

It’s quite challenging to live in Beverly Hills and not be targeted by burglars. Unfortunately for David Spade, his Bev Hills house became the latest victim of burglary.

David Spade was robbed, as burglars managed to somehow disable a security system at his Beverly Hills home, TMZ reports.

Although the burglary took place late last week, it came to light only now. David Spade’s reported net worth of over $40 million suffered losses of $80,000 worth of stuff.

Burglars had a lucky night, grabbing the safe and fleeing David Spade’s Beverly Hills house. Although the safe was the only item stolen in the burglary, it contained cash and jewelry, including a wedding ring that belonged to the actor’s mom.

Opening the safe surely felt like opening a fine wine without knowing what it tastes like for the burglars.

David Spade has kept his lips sealed about the burglary, as all the Joe Dirt star seemed bothered about over the weekend was his realization on Sunday night during the One Love Manchester concert that Justin Bieber was “a lefty.”

TMZ was told by its sources in the Beverly Hills Police Department, which has had an unusually busy five months into 2017 investigating burglaries in the area, that burglars somehow disabled the security system in David Spade’s house before breaking into it.

More than a dozen celebrity homes have been targeted by burglars recently – for obvious reasons. David Spade joins the club of celebrity burglary victims such as Drake, Kendall Jenner, Scott Disick, Blac Chyna, Kevin Hart, Chris Brown, ASAP Rocky, Nicki Minaj, and many others.

Though Drake’s case is much more complicated than David Spade’s, as the “One Dance” rapper, who broke the record at last month’s 2017 Billboard Music Awards with 13 wins, had only a few Pepsi cans stolen from his Los Angeles house.

Drake reportedly refused to press charges against the alleged burglar, saying that the woman was merely a fan suffering from mental issues, according to TMZ.

David Spade, meanwhile, can’t justify his burglars’ actions by saying they were his fans with mental issues. After all, they stole a staggering $80,000.

David Spade spotted at a NBA playoff series basketball game last month, unaware he would shortly be robbed
David Spade spotted at an NBA playoff series basketball game last month, unaware he would shortly be robbed. [Image by Charles Krupa/AP Images]

The burglary comes less than a month after David Spade had a little friendly fight with Danielle Bregoli, aka the “Cash Me Outside, Howbow Dah” teen, after posting a photo of her on his Instagram page.

Bregoli, who became tremendously popular across the globe thanks to her infamous catchphrase “Cash Me Outside” said during her guest appearance on Dr. Phil last year, was approached by David Spade at an L.A. restaurant with the request to take a photo together last month.

While David Spade is visibly thrilled about his encounter with the “Cash Me Outside” meme sensation, the girl is clearly unimpressed meeting the actor, as seen from her facial expression. Or as Spade himself describes it, Bregoli was “slightly underwhelmed to meet me.”

And then David Spade added the sentence that possibly got him into a feud with Bregoli. The actor – with his nearly 850,000 Instagram followers – wrote that the “Cash Me Outside” girl “stopped being famous 5 minutes before this was taken.”

David Spade and his mother at a premiere back in 2003
David Spade and his mother at a premiere back in 2003. His mother’s wedding ring was stolen during the robbery. [Image by Kevin Winter/Getty Images]

Bregoli, who boasts more than 10 million followers on Instagram, was quick to respond to David Spade, reposting the actor’s image and joking that she thought “dis guy was the waiter.”

David Spade has yet to respond to Bregoli, as it seems Instagram comments are pretty excited about the Spade vs. Bregoli feud on the social media platform – though the New York Mag believes Spade already “got owned” by the teen.

[Featured Image by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images]

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