TMZ’s 911 tape: Le’Veon Bell’s robbers were 2 women he left naked in his bed
New York Jets running back Le’Veon Bell was unable to give a clothing description of the women who allegedly robbed him because they were not wearing any, according to a recording that TMZ claims is Bell’s call to 911.
The former Pittsburgh Steeler reported that he was robbed May 25 by two women in his Hollywood, Fla., home. The police report estimated the value of the missing items as $520,000.
The dispatcher in TMZ’s recording asks the caller to give the ages of the suspects, which he gives as 23 and 21. The police will also need a clothing description so they can drive through the neighborhood and look for the suspects. That’s when things get a little awkward.
The caller says he went for his normal workout and left the first suspect “in the bed not wearing clothes.”
The dispatcher asks about the second suspect and the voice, presumed to be Bell, says, “She was in the bed too. They didn’t have clothes on.”
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