Dorit Kemsley says one burglar told the other to kill her

Dorit Kemsley says one burglar told the other to kill her

  • “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Dorit Kemsley recalled her October 2021 home invasion during the season premiere.
  • Kemsley said she was home during the robbery and encountered the intruders.
  • She said they put a gun to her head and threatened to kill her while her children slept.

Dorit Kemsley told viewers and her castmates the details of her home invasion during the season 12 premiere of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” which aired Wednesday.

Daily Mail Online reported on October 28, 2021 that Kemsley had been robbed and held at gunpoint at her home in the Encino Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles the night before. The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to Insider at the time that there was a home invasion robbery investigation for a home in the Kemsley block and that three suspects took an unknown amount of property from the home.

Security footage of the incident aired on Wednesday’s episode of the show, titled “The Break-In.”

At the time of the incident, Kemsley was home alone with her two children – daughter Phoenix, 5, and son Jagger, 7 – and all three had just returned from a wedding in London. Her husband, Paul “PK” Kemsley, was not home at the time.

Kemsley revealed the burglars narrowly missed interacting with her daughter. “When PK’s out of town, the kids always sleep with me,” Kemsley said. She took Phoenix back to her own room because she was “so exhausted and jet lagged”.

“I thought, you know what? I’m so tired, I picked her up and put her in her bed,” she added.

“So you moved her? Thank goodness,” Mauricio Umansky, husband of housewife Kyle Richards, said.

Dorit Kemsley

Dorit Kemsley and her children were spending time together peacefully five hours before the robbery.

Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/WireImage


After moving to Phoenix, Kemsley said she washed her face and brushed her teeth before returning to her bedroom. “I lay down and grabbed my pillow and I was so happy to be in bed and suddenly I heard the door open,” she said.

She assumed it was her children who were coming for her but was confused when they didn’t reappear after a few moments. “I don’t see them, so I got out of my bed and that’s when I saw not a little person but a big person,” she continued, recalling how one of the intruders l attacked on sight. “When he saw me he panicked and he charged at me and grabbed me.”

Kemsley said the intruder told her, “Get down on the floor. I’m going to fucking kill you,” before putting his gun on her.

“I was just bent over sobbing, saying, ‘Please, I have little babies. Please, I’m a mother. Please, my children. need me, please, please, please,” the reality star recalled. She said her pleas were interrupted by one of the intruders. who told another to murder him.

“I was begging and begging and the other guy was like ‘kill the fuck! Kill the fuck,'” she said. “I thought, this is it, I’m going to die, he’s going to pull the trigger. I imagined them killing me and then going and killing my kids.

Kemsley said one of the intruders stayed behind her “all the time” while another “picked up all the material”. She volunteered to help them. “I told them let me help you, I know where everything is,” she continued. They asked him for “watches” and “cash”. After more than 20 minutes, she said she was the one who advised them to leave. “I said guys you took a lot, get out now while you can please.”

In a security clip, a figure is seen climbing over a wall in his yard carrying what Kemsley said was a homemade backpack of stolen goods made from a quilt. “They took valuable bags and jewelry, anything they could fit in the comforter. There were irreplaceable items they took, but that didn’t matter to me,” Kemsley said. .

However, one thing was important to Kemsley: she asked the burglars not to take her phone. Additional security footage appeared to show them honoring the request as one of the men left a flashing object on his property before leaving.

“He said ‘count to 40, I’ll leave your phone by the door’ and left,” she recalled.

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