Dorit Kemsley was robbed by gunpoint in the mansion that she's been trying to sell for the past year.
As Radar reported, the 45-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was the victim of a scary home invasion on Wednesday night when three men broke into her Encino Hills house and threatened to kill her at gunpoint.
Dorit allegedly pleaded for her life and begged the robbers to leave her children alone, who were asleep in their rooms just feet away.
The whole ordeal was about reportedly 20 minutes. The intruders made off with several of Dorit's high-priced designer handbags and jewelry, totaling at least $100,000.
Dorit and her husband, Paul "PK" Kemsley, have been trying to unload this home for over one year. Months ago, they dramatically slashed the price by $1.5 million.
They purchased the 9,000-square-foot estate for $6.5 million in 2019. The couple made the shocking move to put the 6 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms home on the market in September 2020 because they needed more space.
Two months later, Dorit and Kemsley took the listing for their barnyard-inspired mansion off of the web. In April, they re-listed the home for $7.9 million, possibly realizing the price tag was a bit too high.
Dorit's home is stunning, but if she wanted out before, there's no doubt she'll be in a hurry to move after the robbery.
The estate features two stories, a kitchen that's so grand any chef would give it a kiss of approval, and a backyard perfect for entertaining.
If the outdoor pool, wet bar, and outdoor TV sitting area don't do it for you, maybe the floor-to-ceiling windows, private balcony, and personal glam room will.
Dorit's Encino-based home has been heavily featured on this season of the RHOBH, in which many critics claimed she had no storyline.
Ironically, the new season is slated to begin filming today, so the robbery came right before Bravo cameras started rolling.
Dorit called the police and her husband, who was out of town, after the gunmen left. She and her children were not hurt during the attack.
Daily Mail was the first to break the story.