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Mariah Carey’s home in Atlanta was burglarized while she was vacationing in Italy and the Hamptons

Mariah Carey’s home in Atlanta was burglarized while she was vacationing in Italy and the Hamptons

  • The singer, 53, was on a trek that included Italy and the Hamptons on July 27, when the break-in took place 
  • It was not immediately clear what, if anything, was stolen from the singer’s $5.6 million home 
  • Police in Atlanta said ‘this is still an open investigation’ and ‘the information may be limited’ in the wake of the burglary 
  • Carey purchased the nine-bedroom, 13-bathroom home through a trust in November of 2021. The estate features a playground, pool and tennis court 

Superstar singer Mariah Carey had her Atlanta broken into and burglarized last month while she was on vacation.

The singer, 53, was on a trek that included Italy and the Hamptons on July 27, when the break-in took place, according to Page Six. 

It was not immediately clear what, if anything, was stolen from the singer’s $5.6 million home. 

Police in Atlanta said ‘this is still an open investigation’ and ‘the information may be limited’ in the wake of the burglary.

Carey purchased the nine-bedroom, 13-bathroom home through a trust in November of 2021. The estate features a playground, pool and tennis court.

The latest: An Atlanta home belonging to Mariah Carey, 53, was burglarized last month while she was on vacation. She was snapped in LA in 2019 

It was not immediately clear what, if anything, was stolen from the singer's $5.6 million home

It was not immediately clear what, if anything, was stolen from the singer’s $5.6 million home

Carey purchased the nine-bedroom, 13-bathroom home through a trust in November of 2021. The estate features a playground, pool and tennis court

Carey purchased the nine-bedroom, 13-bathroom home through a trust in November of 2021. The estate features a playground, pool and tennis court

The Grammy-winning singer was active Instagram last month documenting her vacation with her 11-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan, and current boyfriend Bryan Tanaka, 39. 

The family were seen enjoying outings on a yacht during the luxury getaway. Alongside a selfie she posted July 16, she wrote, ‘Taking a picture before the humidity foils my hair here in Capri.’

On July 25, she took to the social media site with a post from the Hamptons hamlet of Water Mill, as she endorsed the real estate company Nestseekers for helping her with the rental.

She captioned the post: ‘Out East for the week, soaking it all in,’ as she sat in a chair at the home, which is called Eagles Point. The singer spent in excess of six figures for the two-week stint at the opulent property, Page Six reported.

Carey on Thursday announced she would be taking part in the Global Citizen Festival, a free benefit concert in Central Park in New York that will also feature Metallica and The Jonas Brothers.

The famed songstress documented her Italian getaway on social media

The famed songstress documented her Italian getaway on social media 

Alongside a selfie she posted July 16, she wrote, 'Taking a picture before the humidity foils my hair here in Capri'

Alongside a selfie she posted July 16, she wrote, ‘Taking a picture before the humidity foils my hair here in Capri’

On July 25, Carey took to the social media site with a post from the Hamptons hamlet of Water Mill, as she endorsed the real estate company Nestseekers for helping her with the rental

On July 25, Carey took to the social media site with a post from the Hamptons hamlet of Water Mill, as she endorsed the real estate company Nestseekers for helping her with the rental

Carey on Thursday announced she would be taking part in the Global Citizen Festival, a free benefit concert in Central Park in New York

Carey on Thursday announced she would be taking part in the Global Citizen Festival, a free benefit concert in Central Park in New York

She tweeted: ‘NEW YORK, mark your calendars! On Sept 24, I’m teaming up with @GlblCtzn to call on world leaders and corporations to empower women + girls, take climate action, and end extreme poverty. Take action to earn tickets to #GlobalCitizenFestival.’ 

The Sept. 24 event will also feature a concert across the globe in Accra, Ghana, with Usher, SZA and H.E.R.

But the day will be less a celebration and more of a call to action to immediately address numerous international crises, Global Citizen CEO Hugh Evans said.

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