LALA KENT CLAIMS LOS ANGELES HOME HIT BY BURGLARY: "LOCK YOUR DOORS AND DON'T TRUST ANYBODY"

Lala Kent has a message for a mystery thief: Enjoy the stuff while you can! On Thursday, the Vanderpump Rules star took to social media, claiming to fans that someone stole "thousands...

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