Bravo fans react to the recent heist on the Real Housewives franchise

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Jennifer Aydin, Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley.

Another ‘Real Housewives’ star was recently the victim of a robbery, and fans are worried it could be because she shares too much information on social media.

On April 3, “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Jennifer Aydin revealed that her husband Bill’s prized red Ferrari convertible was stolen from the garage of their Paramus, NJ mansion – while most of her family was at home.

Shared in a series of videos on her Instagram page, the wealthy Bravo star shared security footage of thieves breaking into the garage of her home late at night and taking the luxury red car out of the garage. Aydin and her husband were in Miami at the time, but four of their children, a nanny and an au pair, and Aydin’s parents were at home when the theft took place.

Aydin told her followers that her teenage son Justin had gone out for ice cream and had just gotten home when the robbers drove away. “Thank god he wasn’t there 30 seconds before to cross their path while they were in the act,” she wrote on Instagram. “Thank you God and Jesus and all my guardian angels, my family is safe. scared but safe. Mommy and Daddy are coming home tomorrow.”

Aydin later updated Fans to reveal she has hired security to guard her home and protect her family until she gets home. She also revealed that the stolen car was found “abandoned in a hotel lot in Irvington.”

Bravo fans reacted to the real housewives’ latest robbery

In response to Aydin’s posts, some fans questioned the fact that there was yet another Real Housewives heist.

“Jennifer, I find it strange that this happens to a lot of housewives! Maybe the members of the film crew need to be checked out like homeland security background checks — just to say,” one fan commented.

Others hailed bravo and the shooting practices for the reality TV franchise. The exteriors of the stars’ actual homes are often shown between scenes on the Housewives shows.

“It’s not hard to figure out which house is which from filming scenes if you know the area, maybe they need to stop filming bird’s eye views of houses/fronts of houses, which makes it super easy for criminals to time their entry,” a commentator wrote.

Real Housewives stars are notorious for posting real-time photos and videos from their vacations and other outings, showing when they’re away from home. The cast also shows off their lavish possessions – Bill Aydin’s bright red Ferrari has featured in several episodes of RHONJ.

Some commenters noted that the thieves seemed to know exactly where the Ferrari was before entering the garage. Others accused the reality star of constantly posting her whereabouts to Instagram, with one critic calling the unintended information a “thief’s dream”.

“Stop promoting what you have and definitely don’t post when you’re not home,” another warned.

In addition to warning her whereabouts to be made public, a commenter called for Aydin to have posted the video showing exactly where the security cameras are in her garage.

But the Bravo star doesn’t think her housewife’s fame has anything to do with her house being targeted.

“I don’t think they knew who I am,” Aydin said said 1010 WINS A few days after the robbery. “I think they really just saw a big mansion and thought where there’s a nice house there must be nice cars. I spoke to the authorities, they also believe that these children did not know who I was. I don’t think they knew they were going to get a Ferrari, so I have a feeling they left the car in Irvington.”

Aydin’s fans may have even helped authorities locate the car. The RHONJ star credited her social media followers for sending her DMs with tips on where the car was spotted.

Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley were also robbed

Video shows robbers breaking into Dorit Kemsley’s ‘real housewives’ home | ABC7Video released by LAPD shows masked men in hoodies breaking into the Encino home of Dorit Kemsley, a cast member on reality TV show The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Full story: abc7.la/3o55mLu2021-11-09T08:50:05Z

The break-in at Aydin’s home is reminiscent of previous Real Housewives break-ins. In late 2017, “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kyle Richards’ $8.2 million home in Encino, Calif., was robbed while she was vacationing with her family in Aspen. according to entertainment tonight.

The house was being renovated at the time, leading to speculation that it was an “inside job”. But Richards had too photos posted of her Aspen trip on Instagram and made it public that her family wasn’t home.

TMZ reports that over a million dollars in jewelry, handbags and other belongings were stolen from Richards and her husband Mauricio Umansky, including irreplaceable items left by her late mother to the RHOBH star. At the time, Richards considered selling the home after the robbery because she was worried about moving back there. via BravoTV.com. The house is still prominently represented on RHOBH.

In October 2021, RHOBH star Dorit Kemsley was robbed at gunpoint in her home in Encino. While Kemsley and her two young children were at home at the time of the 11pm burglary, her husband PK had posted on Instagram that he was in London. by radar online.

This was announced by the Los Angeles Police Department surveillance video of two masked men breaking down a glass patio door to enter the Kemsley family mansion. The thieves stole over $1 million worth of valuables after Kemsley begged for her life. according to page six.

Bravo cameras were on hand to capture the aftermath of the robbery, which will be a storyline for the upcoming May 12th Season of RHOBH.

“I showed everything,” Kemsley said Us Weekly. “What I’ve been through. I think you’ll see this season, you know, the different stages.

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