Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn narrowly escapes a home invasion

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Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn reveals her home invasion terror after robbers tried to break into her luxury Hollywood Hills house while she was asleep with her family


Christine Quinn had a terrifying scare in the early hours of Friday morning after her house was the target of a home invasion. 

The Selling Sunset star, 33, was at home asleep with her husband, Christian Richards, 43, and their nine-month-old son Christian Georges Dumontet, when they woke up to a noise outside.

The couple checked their security footage and noticed two armed robbers trying to break in through a window, as reported by TMZ. 

Scary ordeal: Christine Quinn had a terrifying scare in the early hours of Friday morning after her house was the target of a home invasion

Scary ordeal: Christine Quinn had a terrifying scare in the early hours of Friday morning after her house was the target of a home invasion

Thankfully their triple-pane glass wouldn’t crack, and the robbers were unable to make their way inside of the house. 

The couple called 911 and even though the police were quick to respond, the home invaders were gone by the time they arrived.

The real estate agent lives in the Hollywood Hills above the Sunset Strip. 

Terrifying: The Selling Sunset star, 33, was at home asleep with her husband, Christian Richards, and their son, when they woke up to a noise outside and noticed two armed robbers trying to break in through a window

Terrifying: The Selling Sunset star, 33, was at home asleep with her husband, Christian Richards, and their son, when they woke up to a noise outside and noticed two armed robbers trying to break in through a window

The star took to her Instagram Stories to discuss the scary ordeal: ‘We were sleeping and we woke up to noises. The noises started getting louder and louder, and we didn’t know what was going on.’

‘We immediately checked the security footage and outside of the master bedroom there was two armed robbers breaking our glass window,’ she went on.

‘Our windows are so strong, we have such good security in this house, that they weren’t able to get in,’ she explained.

Good security: Thankfully the couple's triple-pane glass wouldn't crack, and the robbers were unable to make their way inside of the house

Good security: Thankfully the couple’s triple-pane glass wouldn’t crack, and the robbers were unable to make their way inside of the house

Night terror: The star took to her Instagram Stories to discuss the scary ordeal calling it'the most horrifying moment' of her life

Night terror: The star took to her Instagram Stories to discuss the scary ordeal calling it ‘the most horrifying moment’ of her life

‘We immediately called the cops. The cops were here within a minute,’ the reality TV star shared. 

‘We went into our baby’s room and immediately locked the door, and the cops were here instantly. Because the robbers weren’t able to break into our house or any of our windows… they decided to leave.’

‘I’m going to send photos from our security footage. If anyone knows these people, please immediately let me know,’ she pleaded.

Caught on security cameras:'I'm going to send photos from our security footage. If anyone knows these people, please immediately let me know,' she pleaded with her followers

Caught on security cameras: ‘I’m going to send photos from our security footage. If anyone knows these people, please immediately let me know,’ she pleaded with her followers

Affluent neighborhood:'I want people to know to take this very seriously. This stuff does happen in L.A. It's happening all the time,' she cautioned

Affluent neighborhood: ‘I want people to know to take this very seriously. This stuff does happen in L.A. It’s happening all the time,’ she cautioned

‘This was the most horrifying moment of my life. When we’re laying in bed and there is two armed men that we’re watching on cameras, literally four feet from me and my baby sleeping.’

‘I want people to know to take this very seriously. This stuff does happen in L.A. It’s happening all the time,’ she cautioned. 

‘I don’t know what would have happened if they would have been able to get through that glass. Because they would have reached our bedroom and they would have probably shot us,’ Quinn said, warning her followers to ‘be really safe out there.’  

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