PewDiePie and Marzia Kjellberg were robbed and had '90% of their valuables' stolen

3 December 2019, 18:23 | Updated: 4 December 2019, 20:12

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"Our house was broken into and they took 90% of my valuables, from my jewellery, to luxury goods." Marzia Kjellberg revealed that the home she shares with husband Felix Kjellberg was burglarised.

PewDiePie, real name Felix Kjellberg, and his wife Marzia Kjellberg say that 90% of their valuables were stolen after a "shock" break-in at their home. Marzia shared the news on Instagram Stories over the weekend and expressed her sadness over the jewellery and luxury goods that were taken from their residence in Japan.

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Marzia posted an update to her 7.4 million Instagram followers explaining the situation. "Our house was broken into and they took 90% of my valuables, from my jewellery, to luxury goods and special items I've been collecting over the years. It's all gone," she wrote.

"I know it is very materialistic, and should be happy with what I was left/have. But I can't hide the shock and sadness with all being taken away, just like that [sic]."

Screenshot of Instagram Stories: Marzia Kjellberg robbery
Screenshot of Instagram Stories: Marzia Kjellberg robbery. Picture: Marzia Kjellberg Instagram

The couple, who were married earlier this year, recently bought a house in Japan. They also have a residence in Brighton, England, which PewDiePie revealed had flooded this past week.

"First, here in the UK, my house gets flooded. Pure panic for the last couple days. And then, my place in Japan was robbed and they took all our stuff," he explained in a recent video called "Blessed Images because my house was robbed".

Fans of the famous couple showed their support.

"Whoever broke into Marzia and Felix’s house, I hope y’all step on some legos," Tweeted one fan.

"I hope Felix and Marzia will be alright and that they're able to replace what they've lost," Tweeted another.

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PewDiePie appeared to poke fun at the situation with a photo of himself in an all-black get-up and ski mask. The photo was shared with a caption that read: "Gonna tell my kids this was the guy that burgled my house," before the YouTuber changed it to a merch plug.

Back in October, PewDiePie announced that he had purchased a home in Japan, calling it a dream come true. It appears that the couple maintain both of their residences in the UK and Japan.