Tommy Lee’s Calabasas mansion ‘trashed by burglars who smashed glass and lamps’

Tommy Lee’s Calabasas mansion ‘trashed by burglars who smashed glass and lamps – causing $5k damage’… as rocker attempts to sell $4.6M home

Tommy Lee‘s Calabasas mansion was broken into and trashed by thieves, causing $5k worth of damage, reports TMZ.

The Motley Crue rocker, 60, who put the six-bedroom home back on the market in September for $4.6million but is not currently living in it, was alerted to the break-in by police last week and rushed to the home., 

A law enforcement source reportedly told the publication a thief or thieves broke glass, lamps and the star’s side gate, before stealing a bathroom mirror and some cabinet handles.

Devastating: Tommy Lee's Calabasas mansion was broken into and trashed by thieves, causing $5k worth of damage, reports TMZ  (Lee pictured 2021)

Devastating: Tommy Lee’s Calabasas mansion was broken into and trashed by thieves, causing $5k worth of damage, reports TMZ  (Lee pictured 2021)

The total damage to the property as well as the theft of the items is estimated to be around $5k. 

Dailymail.com has contacted representatives for Tommy Lee and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department for comment. 

In September Lee put his Calabasas mansion back on the market, re-listing the spacious three-story dwelling for $4,599,000.

He listed the property in May 2020 for the same price, which is $1.25million less than what he paid for the property more than a decade ago.

On the market: The Motley Crue rocker, 60, who put the six-bedroom home back on the market in September for $4.6million but is not currently living in it, was alerted to the break-in by police last week and rushed to the home.

On the market: The Motley Crue rocker, 60, who put the six-bedroom home back on the market in September for $4.6million but is not currently living in it, was alerted to the break-in by police last week and rushed to the home.

The legendary Mötley Crüe drummer is hoping three times is the charm and he can finally unload the luxurious six-bedroom, eight-bathroom compound that comes with an assortment of custom perks.

The 12,000 square foot home is nestled away in a gated community, and features sweeping city views, according to TMZ.

The backyard features a swimming pool shaped like a piano that lights up from the inside to be easily usable at night.

 The pool is attached to a hot tub that both have an incredible view of the San Fernando Valley neighborhood of Los Angeles.  

Awful: A law enforcement source reportedly told the publication a thief or thieves broke glass, lamps and the star's side gate, before stealing a bathroom mirror and some cabinet handles

Awful: A law enforcement source reportedly told the publication a thief or thieves broke glass, lamps and the star’s side gate, before stealing a bathroom mirror and some cabinet handles

The spacious mansion, which was built in 1987, also includes a study with a wall of bookshelves and an attached balcony.

A dining room contains leather chairs arranged around a table, plus glass cabinets full of china lining the walls. 

Lee initially listed the home in 2016 for $5,995,000, and then the following year the Los Angeles Times reported the rocker had slashed a million dollars off the new listing price.

Again, the rock star drummer is currently listed his picturesque Calabasas estate for $4,599,000, which is about $1.25 million less than what he paid for the property more than a decade ago.

New start: In September Lee put his Calabasas mansion back on the market, re-listing the spacious three-story dwelling for $4,599,000 (pictured 2019)

New start: In September Lee put his Calabasas mansion back on the market, re-listing the spacious three-story dwelling for $4,599,000 (pictured 2019)

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