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JoJo Siwa's Los Angeles home was burglarized, and the singer shared footage of the break-in on social media

Jojo Siwa
JoJo Siwa starred on "Dance Moms."Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images
  • JoJo Siwa shared footage of a robbery that took place at her Los Angeles home to social media.

  • According to the dancer, her home was robbed early Monday morning by a pair of individuals.

  • "Life is SCARY. And you never know when anything could happen," Siwa wrote on Instagram.

JoJo Siwa shared footage of a home robbery that occurred at her Los Angeles residence on Monday, and urged fans to "hug" their loved ones "extra tight."

According to the dancer, her house was robbed in the early hours of Monday morning by two "armed" burglars.

"It was a REALLLLLY long night on the phone with my security, family, and LAPD," Siwa wrote on social media along with the footage on Tuesday, according to People.

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Entertainment Weekly shared a post from a fan account that appeared to include other updates from Siwa. The former "Dance Moms" star said she experienced "lots of materialistic damage" in the break-in, but no one was hurt. She also didn't mention what was taken from her home.

"I'm just happy that my family and pups are safe. Most important thing to me," Siwa said, adding: "Life is SCARY. And you never know when anything could happen."

Per local CBS affiliate KCAL News, who confirmed the incident with local police, no one was home at the time of the incident, and responding officers weren't able to locate any suspects at the scene.

Read the original article on Insider