John Mayer’s Home Burglarized of Up to $200000 in Property: Report

Waiting on the world to change. John Mayer’s Beverly Hills-area home was burglarized of property worth an estimated $100,000 to $200,000 on Friday, August 10, Us Weekly can confirm.

The Beverly Hills police tell Us that a burglar broke into the musician’s home around noon. Law enforcement officials were called “after a security guard noticed a window was broken.”

Mayer, who was not home at the time of the break-in, has not commented on the incident at this time. No suspects have been apprehended in the case so far, and the investigation remains ongoing.

TMZ reports that music equipment and personal property, which included some of Mayer’s watch collection, was stolen after the intruder entered through the broken window and “ransacked” the house.

Earlier in the week, the 40-year-old singer, who is currently promoting his newest solo effort “New Light,” seemed carefree as he indulged in a guitar jam session in a video clip posted to Instagram. “You’re never be better than having to sit and play for hours to stay fluid and discover new ideas,” he wrote at the time.

The Grammy winner, who reportedly purchased his home from Adam Levine in May for $13.5 million, also posted a photo on August 1 that showed off the view from his kitchen, writing, “Any day that the legendary Rene Martinez hangs at your house and sets up your guitars at your kitchen counter is a d–n fine day. #homesweethome.”

Mayer’s burglary comes on the heels of a string of celebrity robberies that occurred in 2017, with thieves hitting the homes of Kendall Jenner, A$AP Rocky, Nicki Minaj, Alanis Morissette, Emmy Rossum, Scott Disick and more.

Us Weekly has reached out to Mayer’s rep for comment.



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