Tamara Ecclestone ‘living in terror’ after burglary and ‘unable to leave home’
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Heiress Tamara Ecclestone is reportedly living in terror following her home being burgled in December 2019.
The 36-year-old daughter of Formula 1 billionaire Bernie Ecclestone is reported by The Sun to be too frightened to leave her home, which she now shares with her husband Jay Rutland and their children Sophia, six, and Serena, three months.
The family home was burgled on December 13, 2019, with cash and jewellery being taken from the property in Kensington, West London.
According to the paper, Tamara's husband Jay told the police: "It is incredibly difficult for me to see how nervous my wife has become. Sophia asks if the burglars are coming back."
Tamara Ecclestone is said to be living in fear following the infamous burglary in December 2019
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He added how difficult it has been for him to see his wife become so "nervous".
In addition to the sadness and anger over what was stolen, Jay added that the family fear the burglars will return.
The home is said to boast 58 rooms with a bowling alley, cinema, games room, gym, nightclub, pool and sauna. It's cared for by 50 staff members.
The Mirror has reached out to Tamara's representative for comment.
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The report comes after four Romanians, including a mother and son, were acquitted by a jury at Isleworth Crown Court on the charges relating to what police had described as the UK's biggest conspiracy to raid homes.
The four defendants wept on January 4 as they were unanimously found not guilty of conspiracy to burgle homes in West London.
Goods worth up to £25million were stolen from Tamara’s home, while another £1million worth was taken from late Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, and £60,000 worth of goods were also stolen from footballer Frank Lampard's home in Chelsea.
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Meanwhile, last month saw Tamara celebrate the festive season after the heiress offered to help struggling parents pay for gifts for their children over Christmas.
Posting on Instagram, Tamara wrote: "Please send me your address and a gift you would like for your child that is on Amazon and I will have it delivered to you. Merry Christmas."
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