Several Firearms Seized At Jake Paul’s LA Mansion After FBI Raid
It has been reported that firearms have been seized at Jake Paul’s Los Angeles mansion after the FBI raided the address earlier this morning. Here is the latest.
Firearms seized at Jake Paul mansion in Los Angeles following FBI search
UPDATE: It’s being reported that the Vegas residency where Paul is currently staying at was also visited by law enforcement, called the Graffiti Mansion. The property is allegedly owned by one of Jake’s closest friends, Armani Izadi.
Jake Paul’s LA home was raided by the FBI this morning, according to TMZ. The YouTube star is out of the state however, training in Las Vegas for his upcoming boxing match.
TMZ has posted photos on their site, showing armed police on the internet star’s property in tactical gear. Neighbors and passers-by close to the address are also seen gathering in the street near to where the search is taking place.
It is also being reported that an insider close to Paul has claimed that “agents are on the ground, taking a look around.”
ABC7 Eyewitness news are now reporting that authorities have seized several firearms from the address as seen through pictures obtained by the local news station.
“Authorities have seized multiple firearms from the Calabasas home of YouTube Star Jake Paul after the FBI served a search warrant early this morning,” they tweeted just minutes ago.
Footage from The Hollywood Fix (above) shows a small number of officers still on-site across the property. TMZ has also reported on ‘a small militia’ leaving Paul’s home in armored trucks.
Whilst Jake is known for staging arrests and pulling fake stunts with paid law enforcement actors, this recent news seems to be 100% real.
Just recently Jake was under fire for throwing a non-socially distanced party at his mansion amid COVID-19, showing no remorse when questioned about it. This should come as no surprise to anyone that keeps up with Paul’s impetuous actions.
Last year at another party hosted by the online star on his property, allegations rose claiming that several women had been drugged at the famous address.