See masked intruders break into RHOBH star Dorit Kemsley's mansion in 'terrifying' surveillance video released by cops

COPS have released scary surveillance video of the masked intruders that broke into Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Dorit Kemsley's mansion and threatened her life.

The reality star's two young children were asleep in the home during the invasion.

In the clip, two unknown men are seen smashing into the RHOBH star's Los Angeles home, later appearing again with various valuable items.

According to authorities the intruders exited with a large blanket filled with everything from watches to jewelry worth "over $100,000."

During the invasion the men are seen wearing face coverings and gloves and seem to use an object or tool to break through the door.

The LAPD described the two man as black males between the ages of 20 to 30, and are asking for the public's help in identifying them.

At the time, a source told The Sun that Dorit's husband, Paul, was not at the residence during the invasion.

According to Daily Mail, Dorit, 45, awoke to the men at the end of her bed, and reportedly grabbed her as she pleaded: "Don’t kill me, I'm a mother."

The TV personality begged for the intruders to not "hurt her babies" as her son Jagger, seven, and Phoenix, five, were asleep in their bedrooms.

One of the men reportedly responded: "Kill her."

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Following the night's event, Dorit shared with fans: “As you all know by now I have been through a terrifying ordeal, one that no parent or person should ever have to experience.

"My kids are unaware of what happened, they slept through it and I thank God for keeping my kids and myself from being physically harmed…”

In order to commence "the healing process," the TV star had planned on throwing herself "straight back to work" and expected to "return to normality."

She added: "More than anything, I’m feeling blessed that my kids and family are safe…"

One day after the robbery, Dorit's co-stars Erika Jayne, 50, Lisa Rinna, 58, and Kyle Richards, 52, visited the star at her mansion.


A source exclusively confirmed to The Sun that the aftermath of the incident will be featured on the popular Bravo show.

The insider said: “She’s very shaken up and will be traumatized for a while about this but she’s trying to stay calm and strong for her kids.

“She knows they’re impacted by this too.”

The source added: “Her friends are being so supportive and helping her through this.

“PK was there for her over the phone the entire time until he was able to be with her in person.”

Days after the home invasion Dorit shared a cute video of her daughter Phoenix and said, “family is my strength.”

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