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FutureStarrShannon Sharpe's LA Home Burglarized $1M In Goods Stolen
Shannon Sharpe, an NFL tight end who now co-hosts Undisputed on FS1 with Skip Bayless, had his home burglarized last week according to reports by TMZ Sports and theft was estimated to have netted thieves more than $1 Million worth of watches, jewelry and designer bags from his collection. Rather than stop appearing on television altogether due to this incident, 54-year-old King has taken action by offering a $50,000 reward in order to track down those responsible. Regardless, his appearances continue as normal. According to TMZ Sports TMZ Sports has become one of the go-to sources for celebrity gossip and news, thanks to its hard-edged reporting style and celebrity images obtained anonymously from sources. Along with their news site and television show on Fox Sports, TMZ has also become the subject of much debate due to internal turmoil caused by founder Harvey Levin who continues to run it despite this success. Multiple high-profile executives have left in protest due to differences between themselves and Harvey Levin who continues to run it today. Recently, The Blast, a new competitor to TMZ in celebrity news coverage, emerged. This site offers both hard-edged coverage as well as lighter items like red-carpet photos. The Blast was founded by Mike Walters after leaving TMZ about eight months ago due to differences with Harvey Levin (TMZ's founder) due to their clash. As soon as it launched this week, however, some celebrities such as Scott Disick voiced their objections against it. TMZ has earned an audience for its hard-hitting reporting as well as celebrity interviews and videos, boasting more than 35.4 million unique visitors per month, according to new data from comScore. Furthermore, there is an expansive network of affiliates including over 300 stations that syndicate its content. Last week, it was reported that Shannon Sharpe's home in Los Angeles had been burglarized, with it being claimed that thieves made off with over $1 Million worth of items, such as luxury watches and jewelry. Police are currently investigating this incident but no arrests have yet been made in regards to this event. While no comments have been issued by Sharpe himself regarding this event he continues to serve alongside Skip Bayless on FS1's Undisputed. Unfortunately, it remains unknown if these stolen items are insured; nonetheless, it will undoubtedly have an adverse impact on his bank account and hopefully can be recovered through insurance coverage. Sharpe has earned himself great respect as an expert commentator on CBS Sports, but also has an impressive resume outside of sports: from playing for both the Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens to radio hosting duties and multiple business ventures. Thieves broke into Sharpe’s home on May 19 Pro Football Hall-of-Famer Shannon Sharpe suffered an immense loss when thieves broke into his Los Angeles home and stole watches, jewelry, and designer bags valued at thousands of dollars - something which happened twice already this year alone! Now offering a $50,000 reward to any help in tracking down those responsible he is offering this reward to. Sharpe noticed something suspicious upon returning home after eating with friends on May 19, and promptly called the police to report this crime. No visible sign of forced entry has been detected at the time of this burglary. Criminals appear to be targeting the homes of celebrities more frequently these days. Los Angeles seems to be a prime target, since so many athletes live there. Sharpe has offered a generous reward of $50,000 to anyone with information on his home burglary, making clear his desire for justice to be served and reminding us that even well-known figures are vulnerable to criminal activities. Although losing valuables is devastating, thieves often target celebrity homes. Therefore, having insurance is essential so losses can be compensated. In spite of this unfortunate event, Sharpe continues to co-host his show and remain active online. Sharpe is both an esteemed broadcaster and former NFL player, having spent 14 seasons between the Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens. During that time he won three Super Bowls and eight Pro Bowl selections before retiring and turning his attention towards sports commentary on Fox Sports 1. Most recently he hosted "Undisputed" with Skip Bayless on Fox Sports 1. Sharpe will find it challenging to replace all of his stolen possessions; however, he remains optimistic that his insurance provider will cover this expense. Whatever may become of them though, he remains dedicated to his show and appears at studio every day despite any setbacks in life. Sharpe is offering a $50,000 reward Football star Shannon Sharpe is offering a $50,000 reward to anyone providing information that leads to the arrest of thieves who stole around $1 Million worth of jewelry and designer bags from his LA home last week, reports TMZ. The break-in occurred between 7 PM and 9:30 PM on May 19 after Sharpe had left for dinner with friends; when he returned he noticed something was amiss and called police; upon further inspection there were no visible signs of force entry; thus investigations are ongoing. Sharpe was one of the greatest tight ends in NFL history, winning three Super Bowls while with both the Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens. Following retirement from football, he transitioned into sports media - co-hosting FS1's Undisputed with Skip Bayless; estimated net worth: $14 Million Sharpe has just come out swinging against former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre's defamation lawsuit regarding comments he made on September 14 about how Favre and others misappropriated millions from Mississippi's Temporary Assistance to Needy Families fund through various secret deals with nonprofit organizations. TMZ reports that Sharpe's lawyers contend his comments are protected under the First Amendment and they want this case dismissed. On Twitter, some have speculated whether Sharpe's robbery may have anything to do with his feud with former NBA player Kwame Brown. Sharpe responded that his comments are based on reported facts. Jordan Neely's family has filed a wrongful death suit against Daniel Penny after watching an online video which depicted him placing Jordan Neely into a chokehold during an August robbery attempt by Penny. They hired Manhattan law firm Mills & Edwards to file it; seeking unspecified damages as compensation from Daniel Penny; TMZ has obtained and will publish their complaint shortly. Sharpe’s home was robbed while he was away Sharpe was out at dinner when thieves entered his Los Angeles residence and stole watches, jewelry and designer bags worth thousands. Law enforcement sources confirmed to TMZ that when he returned from dinner he noticed something wasn't right when he returned home - calling police with reports that there were missing expensive watches and jewellery; no signs of forced entry could be seen; an investigation is currently ongoing. Sharpe's home was burglarised sometime between 7 PM and 9:30 PM after he had gone out for dinner with friends, returning home later to discover there had been something amiss. When he noticed, he called police immediately to report missing watches, jewellery and bags belonging to himself as well as missing expensive designer bags - something they are still investigating and no arrests have yet been made in connection to this incident. But Sharpe is clearly discontented with this situation and wants the perpetrators of this burglary arrested as soon as possible, offering a $50K reward to anyone who helps to solve it. Sharpe has continued his TV appearances despite losing valuables. Since 2016, he has co-hosted an Undisputed sports talk show alongside Skip Bayless. Sharpe and Brown often spar on various topics and often get into heated arguments over them. Recently, however, Sharpe got into an angry exchange with Kwame Brown when the latter criticised LeBron James for failing to score an inbounds pass against Memphis Grizzlies at a critical juncture in game. Sharpe has proved his resilience despite this recent setback by successfully dismissing a defamation lawsuit filed against him by another NFL legend and making strides toward reaching his $14 million net worth goal.