Kimberley Garner hides from intruder in her wardrobe for 20 minutes
- Bang Showbiz
- 24 January 2017
Kimberley Garner hid in her wardrobe for 20 minutes when her Beverley Hills home was broken into on Monday (23.01.17)
Kimberley Garner hid in her wardrobe for 20 minutes when her Beverley Hills home was broken into.
The 26-year-old former 'Made In Chelsea' star has admitted she was scared stiff when she caught sight of a "large hooded man with his face covered" breaking into the rented accommodation on Monday (23.01.17) and could hear his every move, but she swiftly decided to seek solitude with her friend in the closet because there was "no lock" on her bedroom door and believed it was the safest place for the pair of them.
Alongside a picture of a blank white space, which was shared on her Instagram account on Tuesday (24.01.17), she wrote: "Tonight. Was just going to bed in our newly rented house. When we saw a large hooded man with his face covered at the door at midnight, with a van outside. Just me and a girlfriend were alone in the house, which was big and up in the hills in Beverley hills totally isolated. We had no lock on our bedroom door. So were very silent and climbed inside the wardrobe in the dark. We were in there for 20 minutes as we heard him try every door around the house, and listened as he broke one. Staying very still as we heard him in every room around the house. (sic)."
The blonde beauty has admitted after calling the police, the culprit was caught but released without any charge, much to Kimberley's disappointment.
She explained: "We called the police and when they finally arrived. Caught the hooded man in the house. Not only did they not file a report. They did not take his details and just let him go. With the patronising advice of 'better go around the house girls to check if the doors are locked' before they left us. This man only had bad intentions, rob, rape or worse, and if we hadn't seen him and hid to call the police I hate to think what he was going to do to us. The shocking thing was the police in Los Angeles. (sic)."