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YouTuber PewDiePie home robbed

There are no further details about the invasion and there is no indication whether the police have any suspects.




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The house of popular YouTuber PewDiePie and his wife Marzia Kjellberg’s house got robbed with thief/thieves breaking in and taking off with valuables.

In an Instagram story, Marzia Kjellberg revealed the incident and how many of her valuables and jewellery were stolen from her collection that she took years to put together.

She said that 90% of her valuables have been taken in her Instagram story.

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They also stole luxury goods and special items that Marzia had been collecting.

She added that she knows it is very materialistic and she should be happy with what she had left but she can’t hide the shock and sadness with all being taken away, just like that.

As for PewDiePie, he hasn’t talked about the robbery and has not confirmed if any of his own possessions were taken by the thief/thieves.

Online, fans have been showing sympathies to the couple.

There are no further details about the invasion and there is no indication whether the police have any suspects.

PewDiePie, whose real name is Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg was born on October 24,  1989, and he is a Swedish YouTuber and comedian.

His YouTube video content consists of Let’s Play videos and comedic formatted shows and his videos are primarily made of horror and action video games. He registered the YouTube channel in 2010.

In the following two years, his channel grew substantially and in July 2012, it reached 1 million subscribers.

The style of video content became more diverse as his channel grew and PewDiePie uploaded vlogs, comedy shorts, formatted shows and music videos.

He met his wife online and she is also a YouTuber who has a makeup channel.

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