- Trisha Paytas, who has over 5 million subscribers on YouTube, revealed her iconic orange Lamborghini, which said she bought $150,000, was stolen.
- In two videos she explained it was taken from her apartment complex garage, and her custom pink Mercedes G-Wagon was also broken into.
- She said security had been slipping in The Grove’s Palazzo West in La Brea, Los Angeles, where she has lived for the past four years.
- “Part of me thinks I was targeted … but part of me feels like I have nice cars and my building has been hella ghetto,” she said, adding that she was told there were several other break-ins.
- Paytas has now moved to a new house in Studio City.
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YouTube star Trisha Paytas had her iconic orange Lamborghini stolen while she was in the midst of moving out of her apartment. Paytas, who has over five million subscribers on her YouTube channels, revealed her car that she bought for $150,000 just over a year ago had been taken from her apartment complex in a video posted on November 12.
Paytas also posted a photo of the stolen vehicle report on an Instagram story with the caption “So my Lamborghini was stolen…” She also revealed her custom pink Mercedes G-Wagon had also been broken into.
In the video, Paytas was surrounded by boxes as she was getting ready to move apartments. She said this meant there would be no more emotional kitchen floor vlogs, but she was happy to be getting out of The Grove’s Palazzo West in La Brea, Los Angeles, where she has lived for the past four years.
She explained both cars were in the parking garage, but security had been slipping. She said complaints of threats from neighbors and having packages stolen went ignored, and her sister had noticed a stranger hanging around the garage and looking suspicious over the past week.
“I don’t know if it was targeted towards me or random or what,” she said. “But it was definitely scary.”
Paytas said she wasn’t bothered about the cars or the money, because “stuff is just stuff.” But she felt violated because she didn’t know what the thief wanted or how they got in.
In another vlog on her second channel, Paytas raged against her apartment complex some more.
‘That place has always been ghetto’
Paytas said part of her thinks she was targeted but “part of me feels like I have nice cars and my building has been hella ghetto,” and that police had said there were several other break-ins.
“That place has always been ghetto,” she said. “By the time I post this, I will be f—ing out of there.”
She also said fans kept coming up to her when she came out of the police station and asked for pictures.
“It is not the time to ask for pictures when someone is going into a f—ing police station,” she said. “If you’re going into a police station, something good hasn’t happened, no matter how severe or not severe it is … It’s the most stressful thing in the whole f—ing world.”
She said she was “visibly distraught” and had to tell fans it wasn’t the time for photos.
Paytas is now renting a house in Studio City, which was last offered at $11,500 per month, according to Yahoo. She will be in the same neighborhood as Jason Nash, her ex-boyfriend, and his friend David Dobrik.
But Paytas may be wanting to leave behind her past dramas, considering she is already in a feud with YouTuber Gabbie Hanna over Hanna allegedly telling Nash that Paytas had herpes when they got together, and recently angered many people when she claimed to be transgender because she has “penis envy” and is attracted to gay men.
She also recently trolled the entire internet by teasing an upcoming shotgun wedding, only to marry a cardboard cutout of Brad Pitt.
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