Christine Quinn Reveals Chilling Details About Her Attempted Home Invasion

"Selling Sunset" star Christine Quinn is famous for her head-to-toe designer looks and general penchant for over-the-top luxury, but the terrifying attempted robbery experience that she shared with fans on her Instagram shows that the lifestyles of the rich and the famous can have a dark side as well. She's not the first reality star to have been robbed, and she may have even been one of the lucky ones. 

"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Dorit Kemsley was robbed at gunpoint in October 2021, reported Daily Mail, and "Love & Hip Hop" star Sierra Gates was robbed in December 2021 — though she was thankfully out of town at the time, according to Hot New Hip Hop. Actor Terrence J also had a terrifying run-in with armed attempted robbers in November 2021, who actually fired at him, though he thankfully got away safely, according to The Wrap. And of course, Kim Kardashian was famously robbed at gunpoint in a Paris hotel in 2016, per BuzzFeed, a chilling experience that was covered on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians."  

Armed robbers attempted to break Christine Quinn's windows

Posting to her Instagram Stories on March 4 (via Page Six), "Selling Sunset" star Christine Quinn shared the horrifying details of the attempted robbery, along with grainy security camera footage of the would-be-burglars in the hopes of identifying them. "We woke up to noises and the noises started getting louder and louder," Christine told fans in her Stories. "We didn't know what was going on. We immediately checked the security footage and outside of the master bedroom, which is four feet — right here, there was two armed robbers breaking our glass window." 

Luckily, the break-in was unsuccessful, thanks to Christine's triple-pane windows and good home security. She told fans that the cops arrived "within a minute" after they called and they locked themselves in the baby's room. "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 is sleeping very close to us," she said. A rep for the reality star told Page Six that Christine is "safe, but shaken." As anyone would be.

The recent rise in home robberies in affluent areas of Los Angeles has worried residents and authorities, according to the Los Angeles Times, and the police have set up a task force to investigate. Here's hoping the danger comes to an end soon.