Mauricio Umansky is speaking out after the home he shares with his The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills wife, Kyle Richards, was reportedly broken into last week and the suspects allegedly walked away with about a $1 million in jewelry. The family wasn't home at the time of the incident and was away vacationing in Aspen.
The real estate mogul headed to Instagram to share a heartwarming message in the wake of the incident, writing, "Nothing replaces Family. They can steal your belongings but they can’t steal your memories or your love." He also shared a handful of family photos. As previously reported, among the items stolen from the home was $150,000 in watches owned by Mauricio. The incident took place last Wednesday at the family's new home in Encino, which they recently moved into.
Kyle recently spoke about the family's new 11,000-square-foot home, which has been previously owned by Smokey Robinson, in an interview with Entertainment Tonight earlier this month. “We went into this house and I went, 'Oh my gosh.' I was completely blown away, because it's not like anything you would see in Los Angeles, normally. I just fell in love, and my husband did, too.”
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