Social Media ‘Influencer’ Who Bragged About Wealth Online Gets Robbed For Over $1 Million

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According to the Los Angeles Police Department, a social media influencer was robbed overnight of $1 million in Hollywood Hills, California.

The armed robbery occurred at a home used by social media influencer Nour Atta as an Airbnb around 3 a.m. on Wednesday morning.

He told LAPD investigators that two suspects wearing ski masks entered the house and began yelling at him. @nourtrades has over 271,000 Instagram followers.

“I didn’t hear much, only yelling. Lots of ‘get up, get up,’ that sort of thing. I’m sure many people know me online, it’s very easy to find me, especially out here in LA,” Atta told FOX LA.

According to the report, one of the suspects pointed a firearm at Atta and hit him with it. Atta suffered head injuries.

According to the LAPD, the suspects ransacked an estimated $1 million worth of property during their invasion.

According to Atta, the intruders entered the multimillion-dollar home through the back door, which he left unlocked.

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