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Mariah Careys Atlanta home burglarized while she was on holiday

August 14, 2022 | 3: 12pm

Mariah Carey should become more careful when posting vacation photos.

Page Six has exclusively learned that in July, while Carey was busy vacationing in both Capri, Italy and luxuriating in a $20 million mansion in the Hamptons, her Atlanta home was burglarized.

Police have confirmed the break-in, but reveal that since that is still an open investigation, the info could be limited. It really is unknown that which was taken.

Careys reps didn’t respond to obtain comment.

A trust, utilizing the same name as other Carey properties and business interests, bought the $5.65 million dollar mansion in November 2021. Thenine-bedroom, 13-bathroom home includes a pool, tennis court and playground.

Carey meanwhile spent last month in Italy with boyfriend Bryan Tanaka and her twins Monroe and Moroccan.

Mariah Carey Atlanta home
A trust purchased the house last year for nearly $6 million.
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Pictures of the group were on multilple web sites perhaps alerting thieves the home will be empty going out on a yacht and frolicking in the ocean. She posted the trip on Instagram.

The All I’D LIKE for Christmas singer also used social media marketing to promote property company Nestseekers for helping her find a Hamptons rental. Out East for the week, soaking everything in, she posted on July 25.

The Water Mill home, dubbed Eagles Point, is out there for $20 million. Carey paid a lot more than six figures on her behalf bi weekly stay.

Mariah Carey
Police remain investigating the burglary.
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The burglary was reported to police on July 27.

Carey is well known for a decadent lifestyle. Back 2017, the diva showed off her Tribeca closet to Vogue, revealing stacks of Louboutins and Birkin bags, in addition to Marilyn Monroe memorabilia.

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