Jeremy Piven lost $20,000 worth of clothing after his California home was reportedly burglarized earlier this week while he was out of town.
“It’s unfortunate when high profile celebrities are a target of home robberies when traveling,” Piven’s rep told TMZ, adding, “Jeremy was out of town at the time doing his stand-up comedy shows in the UK.”
According to the outlet, law enforcement sources confirmed that the perpetrators smashed a window of the “Entourage” star’s home before taking off with the pricey pile of garb.
No arrests have been made but law enforcement has been reviewing video footage to help them nab the burglars, sources told the website.
Piven, 56, purchased his Hollywood Hills home in 2017 for $7 million. The “retro contemporary” home overlooks downtown Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean and features an open floor plan, numerous glass walls and an infinity-edge pool.
As Page Six exclusively reported in 2019, Piven decided to pivot from his acting career to pursue stand-up comedy.
The HBO star had previously been staying under the radar after he was accused of sexual misconduct in 2017. Piven has “unequivocally” denied the claims. He was later accused of inappropriate behavior by several other women in 2019, though he again denied the allegations.
A rep for Piven did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
Piven is best known for starring as Ari Gold – a fictional character based on the CEO of Endeavor, Ari Emanuel – on HBO’s “Entourage” from 2004 to 2011. The role earned him a Golden Globe and three Emmy Awards.