Playboy Playmate tied up with dog leash at her Hollywood home, robbed of $30,000 at gunpoint by three intruders
Police are looking for footage outside the Lauryn Elaine's house in a bid to track down and capture the culprits.
A Playboy Playmate was tied up with a dog leash and robbed at gunpoint after she reached home and found it had been broken into by three masked men.
When Lauryn Elaine arrived back at her North Hollywood home at 11:45 pm after a long day on November 6, she was greeted by a sight of two unidentified men in masks exiting her bedroom and another masked man making his way out of her brother's room, according to TMZ. Her front door had been broken and was wide open.
When the intruders realized they had a guest, one of them drew a gun and took advantage.
They forced Elaine to open her safe and proceeded to bind her hands and feet together with a dog leash while tying her to a hairdresser. She helplessly sat on the floor as the robbers continued to plunder her home, eventually making off with $30,000 in cash and her purse.
After they made their escape, the model managed to free herself from her binds and ran outside to find help.
In the footage captured inside the home after the robbery, the house is in a mess and her belongings can be seen strewn all over the floor. Everything has been turned upside down by the robbers in a bid to find every valuable possible.
Elaine can also be seen pointing to the spot where the suspects tied her up, with what looks like an open safe on the ground. A glass door to the house had also been smashed during the break-in and can be seen in the video.
She also points out the door the robbers had broken down to get into her home, leaving behind pieces of wood on the floor near the entry.
The police are looking for other footage in the area that would help them identify the culprits.