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Sherman Oaks mansion targeted in frightening home invasion robbery owned by Koko Nuggz CEO

Two women were zip-tied during a home invasion robbery in Sherman Oaks early Thursday morning.FOXLA

One of the men was brandishing a handgun and another had a rifle, according to police, who also do not believe it was a random attack, KTTV reported.

Records obtained by The Post list Mirsky, 40, as the owner of the home. The businesswoman also confirmed to the Sun that she owns the home, which was once owned by Storch.

Mirsky and dated Storch from 2015 to 2018 and shares a child with the eight-time Grammy-winning producer, who has worked with multiple A-list artists, including Drake, Justin Timberlake and Beyonce, according to the Sun.

Mirsky was in New York at the time of the frightening ordeal but the victims managed to alert her through the Ring doorbell camera, which sent the owner an alert, according to KTTV.

Mirsky then called Los Angeles police about 3 a.m. from New York. Descriptions of the suspects were not immediately available.

Mirsky told KTLA that the robbery may have been an inside job since the robbers knew where to look for valuable items.

The multimillion-dollar Los Angeles mansion targeted in a terrifying armed home invasion belongs to wealthy influencer and entrepreneur Florence Mirsky, who is also the ex-girlfriend of Grammy-winning producer Scott Storch.

Two women were house-sitting for Mirsky, the co-founder of confectioners Koko Nuggz, when they woke to find three men pointing guns at them at about 1:30 a.m. inside the home in Sherman Oaks, police told The Post.

The victims, a housekeeper and her friend, told cops the assailants bound them with zip ties and took their cellphones before raiding the home.

To Read The Rest Of This Article By Marjorie Hernandez and Yaron Steinbuch on New York Post

Published: January 07, 2022

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