Big Brother star Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace feared she would be assaulted during robbery in London home

The Enfield police confirmed the incident and said the robbery took place at 11.25 pm on Monday, March 5. The law enforcement officers are still investigating the robbery and no arrests have been made so far.

Big Brother star Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace feared she would be assaulted during robbery in London home

Big Brother cast member Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace feared she would be raped when three armed men barged into her home in London on March 5. The reality star said she was dressed in her pyjamas when the horrifying incident took place.

She screamed as the intruders made their way into her home and demanded that she hand over her designer handbags, jewellery and money. 

The model revealed that the robbery bore similarities to the way Kim Kardashian was robbed during Paris Fashion Week in late 2016.

She said, "I started screaming and three men barged into my corridor and crowded around me. They were asking for money and my watches. I was terrified and only wearing thin pyjamas so I thought they were going to rape me," according to The Sun.

Aisleyne was robbed at gunpoint on March 5th at her London home. Source: Instagram
Aisleyne was robbed at gunpoint on March 5th at her London home. Source: Instagram

Aisleyne said she was targetted after she posted several pictures on Instagram that showed off her wealth.

The 39-year-old uploaded a picture displaying a wad of notes. She captioned the photo, "I take so much offence when 'men' on Instagram say I'm a gold digger. It's ALL MY OWN!"

In another photo, she wore diamond encrusted sunglasses and stuffed money behind the lenses. She posted this image in response to trolls who attacked her on social media.

Aisleyne wrote, "Sorry honey... can't see the haters." Ironically, these posts apparently made her the target of the armed robbery.

The reality TV star was spending a quiet Monday night all by herself when she heard a knock on the door. Aisleyne found the spy hole covered and the robbers asked for a man. "I said ‘you’ve got the wrong door'; but they knocked it down," The Sun quoted her as saying.

In the next few minutes, she was surrounded by robbers as she begged for her life. The reality star said she handed over her Rolex and some of her beloved designer handbags. 

The reality star posted this picture in response to trolls who attacked her on Facebook. Source: Instagram
The reality star posted this picture in response to trolls who attacked her on Facebook. Source: Instagram

However, Aisleyne's incessant screaming left the robbers shaken as they fled the scene soon after they took some of her valuable items. "I called the police afterwards but I’m still so shaken and have had to replace my front door," she added. Aisleyne's traumatic experience shook her to the very core and she vowed to refrain from posting her wealth on social media. 

The Enfield police confirmed the incident and said the robbery took place at 11.25 pm on Monday, March 5. The law enforcement officers are still investigating the robbery and no arrests have been made so far.

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