California crime: Social media influencer robbed at Hollywood Hills of estimated $1 million

A social media influencer was robbed of $1 million following an overnight robbery in Hollywood Hills, California, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

Police responded to the armed robbery at a home believed to be used as an Airbnb by social media influencer Nour Atta, around 3 a.m. Wednesday morning, Fox LA reported.

Nour Atta, known to his over 271,000 Instagram followers as @nourtrades, told LAPD investigators at least two suspects wearing ski masks entered the home and began yelling at them.

"I didn't hear a lot, I just heard yelling. A bunch of ‘get up, get up’ this, that. I'm sure a lot of people know me online, it's very easy to find me out and that's just what's going on out here, especially in LA," Atta told FOX LA.

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One of the suspects had a firearm and pointed it at Atta, he told Fox LA. The assailant later physically struck Atta, who suffered head injuries, according to the report.

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During their invasion, the suspects allegedly ransacked the home of an estimated $1 million, the LAPD said.

Atta told FOX LA that he left the back door unlocked, which is believed to be how the intruders entered the multi-million-dollar home.

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Police are continuing to investigate the robbery and are urging anyone with information to come forward.