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Kyle Richards Rushed to Farrah Brittany's Side After Reported Home Invasion

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills mom revealed her eldest daughter was "fine" following the alleged incident.

By Cynthia Robinson

Farrah Brittany's Los Angeles home was reportedly burglarized on Tuesday. Following the incident, Kyle Richards briefly spoke with reporters, noting how Farrah was doing.

Farrah Brittany's Los Angeles home was broken into  

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According to TMZ, Farrah Aldjufrie, who is the daughter of Kyle and her ex-husband Guraish Aldjufrie, had her West Hollywood broken into around 1 p.m. on April 23 by forced entry through the front door. The burglars reportedly shut off the WiFi in the home upon entry and stole several luxury goods, including many designer bags and jewelry. 

Luckily, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills daughter was not home at the time of the break-in. 

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Kyle and Farrah pose together in matching, black, Prada puffer jackets in front of a building.

According to Page Six, upon leaving the property with police, Kyle noted that Farrah was doing "fine" and was safe after the incident. 

Moreover, the West Hollywood Sheriff's Department confirmed to PEOPLE that authorities are onsite and investigating the scene. Farrah has not yet commented on the matter. 

Kyle Richards opens up about her Encino, California home being burglarized

Unfortunately, the break-in mentioned above is not the first time the Richards-Umansky family has dealt with the issue. 

In 2017, Kyle's Encino home was broken into while the family was away in Aspen, Colorado. “After we were burglarized, it probably took me at least six months to feel safe in my home again,” Kyle shared in an interview confessional on Season 12 of RHOBH. “I was walking around with all these keys on me, locking everything up like a crazy person even though everything was already taken from us.”

As Kyle continued, she explained how that time made her even more concerned for Dorit Kemsley, who was experiencing trauma from her own terrifying home invasion and robbery she went through at the time. “I would get in bed and close my eyes, and I would picture people coming into my bedroom, even though I never even saw it,” Kyle recalled. “So how is Dorit going to get through this when she actually saw two men at the foot of her bed? That changes you.”

Kyle Richards talking together in front of a Beverly Hills themed set during the Season 13 Reunion.

In May 2022, Kyle also opened up to about staying in her home after feeling unsettled for years. “Once we were burglarized, I thought I was going to sell my house. I was like, ‘I’m over this. I don’t want to live here anymore,’” she shared. “That’s why I kept my house in Bel-Air, the one that Sutton [Stracke] was leasing from me. But then, once I spent some time and I was comfortable again, I sold the Bel-Air house, and now I’m just changing everything in the house to make it exactly the way I want it because I think it really is our forever home.”

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