Crime Marzia Kjellberg said 90% of her valuables were stolen by thieves who broke into her and PewDiePie's house -

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Felix and Marzia Kjellberg. PewDiePie / YouTube

  • The wife of YouTube's biggest star, PewDiePie, told her followers over the weekend that her house had been broken into.
  • Marzia Kjellberg wrote on her Instagram Story that 90% of her valuables were taken, "from my jewelry, to luxury goods and special items" she'd collected.
  • "I know it is very materialistic, and should be happy with what I was left/have. But I can't hide the shock and sadness with all being taken away, just like that," she wrote.
  • It's not the first time the couple has said they've had issues with home privacy.
  • PewDiePie, who has over 100 million subscribers, posted a video in 2016 called "Don't come to my house," saying fans kept showing up at his door.


Marzia Kjellberg, who is married to YouTuber PewDiePie, wrote in an Instagram Story over the weekend that the couple's house had been broken into.


"They took 90% of my valuables, from my jewelry, to luxury goods and special items" she'd collected, she wrote.

"It's all gone," she said.

"I know it is very materialistic, and should be happy with what I was left/have. But I can't hide the shock and sadness with all being taken away, just like that."



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Marzia Kjellberg's Instagram Story. Marzia Kjellberg


She and PewDiePie, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, live in Brighton, England, but have recently purchased a house in Japan. According to a recent PewDiePie video, it was this house that was broken into.


This is not the first time the couple has said they've had issues with privacy. With over 100 million subscribers on YouTube, PewDiePie is the platform's biggest star, and his band of loyal followers has several times managed to work out where the couple lives.

People showing up at their door apparently became such a problem that PewDiePie posted a video in 2016 called "Don't come to my house."


This article has been updated with new information.
 

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So they move in a shitton of valuables into a house they aren't living in, with no mention of having any active security. The owners are seemingly surprised that they were robbed not long after.

I'm sure their insurance company is thrilled at the news.

I highly doubt the thieves knew this was PewDiePie's house.
I can see someone on Twitter claiming they knew right now. It's bound to happen.
 
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