Terrified by a spate of home invasions in their neighborhood, the Kardashians are throwing $100 million into new state of the art security systems at each of their homes, RadarOnline.com learned exclusively.
When the Kardashians put their mind to something, they do it right and they do it big. “They’re all investing in a whole bunch of new military-style equipment like cameras that can pick up movement from miles away, lockdown shutters on all the doors and windows, infrared nighttime goggles and more," an insider close to the clan reveals to RadarOnline.com exclusively.
"Khloe’s especially terrified after hearing what happened at French Montana’s place and she’s desperate to safeguard her home against would-be kidnappers.”
As fans know, the Kardashians are no strangers to home invasions and robberies.
Just one year after Kim was victim of a brutal robbery in Paris where millions worth of jewelry was stolen and at least 17 people were arrested in connection with the armed robbery, the reality star's cars at their West LA compound were ransacked by a set of thieves.
Last October the couple’s LA mansion was targeted by two thieves who searched their cars, before fleeing from the sprawling property with just one iPhone.
Kimye’s neighbor, Kathy Griffin, was also said to have been hit around the same time, where another car was damaged and a purse taken.
The famous family became especially concerned for their safety after friend French Montana‘s Calabasas home was burglarized late last month.
At least two armed male suspects forced entry into the 33-year-old rapper’s mansion. Deputies responded to an armed robbery call, however, upon their arrival, the suspects had already fled the scene, a spokesperson for the Calabasas police department confirmed.
Montana previously bought the home from Selena Gomez, 26. Unfortunately, Gomez did not have the best luck with the property either.
Back in 2014, a man was arrested while Gomez was home and was charged with burglary and trespassing. He reportedly broke into her guest house and was found at the scene.
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