Page Six had discovered officially that Carey’s Atlanta house was broken into in July, when she was away on vacation in Capri, Italy, and finding solace in a $20 million property in the Hamptons.
The break-in has been verified by the police, although they caution that “details may be restricted” because “this remains an ongoing investigation.” What was taken remains a mystery. Requests for clarification from Carey’s representatives were ignored.
In November 2021, a trust that owned many other Carey properties and commercial ventures acquired the $5.65 million mansion.
The pool, tennis court, and playground are amenities of the nine-bedroom, 13-bathroom house. Meanwhile, Carey spent the preceding month traveling throughout Italy with her twins Monroe and Moroccan and her fiancé Bryan Tanaka.
Images of the gang chilling out on a yacht and having fun in the sea were all over the internet, which may have served as a burglary tip-off that the house would be vacant. On Instagram, she documented the journey.
Along with thanking Nestseekers for assisting her in finding a Hamptons rental, the “All I Want for Christmas” singer utilized social media to advertise the company. On July 25, she wrote, “Out East for the week, taking it all in.”
For $20 million, the Eagles Point residence in Water Mill is up for sale. For her two-week stay, Carey spent more than $6,000. On July 27, police received a notification of a theft.
Carey’s extravagant lifestyle is well-known. The diva demonstrated previously off her Tribeca closet to Vogue in 2017, displaying stacks of Louboutins and Birkins along with Marilyn Monroe artifacts.
In a previous post, On Monday, Mariah Carey substituted a flashy sweatsuit for her customary sparkling gown in an Instagram photo.
In a glittering silver sweatsuit, the “Heartbreaker” singer-songwriter rested while on vacation in the Hamptons with her dog.