A social media influencer was robbed of $1 million following an overnight robbery in Hollywood Hills, California, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
Police responded to an armed robbery at a home being used as an Airbnb by social media influencer Noor Atta around 3 a.m. Wednesday, Fox LA reported.
Noor Atta, who goes by the name @nourtrades to her more than 271,000 Instagram followers, told LAPD investigators that at least two suspects wearing ski masks entered the home and began yelling at her.
“I didn’t hear much, I just heard shouting. A bunch of ‘get up, get up’, this, that. I’m sure a lot of people know me online, I’m very easy to find and that’s all what happens here Has been, especially in LA,” Atta told FOX LA.
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He told Fox LA that one of the suspects had a firearm and aimed it at Atta. According to reports, the assailant later hit Atta, who suffered head injuries.
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The LAPD said that during their invasion, the suspects allegedly ransacked the home worth an estimated $1 million.
Atta told Fox LA that he left the back door open, which is believed to be how the intruders entered the multimillion-dollar home.
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Police are continuing to investigate the robbery and are urging anyone with information to come forward.