Manny Pacquiao’s Los Angeles House Robbed, Spokesman Confirms

Spokesman of Sen. Manny Pacquiao Confirms He’s Los Angeles House was Robbed

MANNY PACQUIAO LOS ANGELES HOUSE – Philippine Senator Manny Pacquiao’s spokesman Mike Quinn confirmed that his Los Angeles house was robbed.

Sen. Pacquiao‘s defense match against American boxer Adrien Broner was held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Filipino boxing champ defended his WBA Welterweight World title.

The Pacquiao-Broner fight happened last January 20, 2019 in Philippine time. Many of the family and friends of Pacman flew to Las Vegas, Nevada to watch the fight which ended to a unanimous decision siding Pacman.

Sen. Manny Pacquiao has bought a house in Los Angeles. He and his family probably stay in the property for some time whenever he has a match to be held in Las Vegas.

Yesteday, lots of people were shocked when news reports about the Los Angeles house of Sen. Manny Pacquiao broke in. The door of his home was found open by the police on patrol.

The house was cordoned off and no one from the camp of the Pinoy boxer was allowed to enter the property. There were lots of police outside the house of Pacman.

Recently, the spokesperson of Sen. Manny Pacquiao, Mike Quinn, confirmed to NBC News that Pacman’s Los Angeles house was really robbed.

“Yep, he was robbed. No other info is being released right now,” Quinn expressed according to the report.

Based on a report on Pep, the initial investigation on the incident showed that the target of the suspects was the room of the Pinoy boxer. His private space was left in a mess and they are still founding it what was lost.

According to the report, Bobby Pacquiao, the brother of the boxer-turned-politician, expressed that among the items kept inside the room of Pacman were pieces of jewelry, designer items, and a safety vault.

We’ll keep you posted for further updates.

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