On Thursday night, police in the Los Angeles region said a man was arrested after he allegedly attempted to break into Billie Eilish’s childhood home.
Around 9:15 p.m., Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers responded to a report from the Highland Park area, according to ABC 7.
According to the source, the house is owned by Patrick O’Connell and Maggie Baird, parents of the Academy Award and seven-time Grammy winner. At this moment, it is unclear if anything was taken from the two-bedroom house. According to several sources, the culprit was apprehended.
A guy was arrested by at least three LAPD officers during the suspect’s arrest, as shown on video. Aerial photos of the house were posted by ABC7 journalist Chris Cristi on Twitter, along with a statement that the LAPD’s robbery investigators are looking into the case.
The male suspect allegedly scaled a fence on the premises, claims Cristi. There have been no injuries associated with the event as of late Thursday night.
Billie Eilish and her producer brother Finneas grew up there. The home is still owned by their parents. Despite having a net worth of $53 million, according to Forbes, the 21-year-old recently said she still resides at home with her parents.
Her brother Finneas previously disclosed that their parents slept on a couch in the living room so that the siblings could each have their own bedroom. The house is expected to be worth $800,000.
Much of Billie and Finneas’ debut album was produced at the location since the 25-year-old put up a temporary recording studio in his bedroom.
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