Lando Norris is the victim of a robbery once again after ‘expensive items’ were stolen from his Marbella villa.
The British F1 star was on holiday with TikTok model Jennie Dimova when the burglary took place, though neither he nor Dimova were in the building at the time.
Spending downtime at the luxury villa in Marbella, where he jetted off for three days, it is the second time in recent years where he has been targeted by thieves.
And the 23-year-old has broken his silence on the horrific crime ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix, explaining what was taken.
“We were out for dinner and our place got robbed,” he said.
“A mixture of many things were stolen. Some were expensive and some were not so expensive.
“It is still an ongoing conversation so I cannot say too much.”
Social media influencer Dimova was particularly distressed when she discovered that near enough all of her luggage was stolen.
She took to TikTok to post a clip, showcasing the problems caused.
Captioning the post, she said: “If you are wondering why I look like that it is because our villa got robbed and everything I have ever owned – my clothes, my shoes, my bags, my jewellery.
“Everything has been taken – and I am left with literally nothing.
“I cried for two hours but what can I do?”
This is not the first time that Norris has been the victim of a robbery when at the 2020 European Championship final at Wembley, he suffered a potentially life-threatening crime.
The McLaren driver was put in a headlock and had his Richard Mille watch stolen off his wrist, worth nearly £40,000.
The piece of jewellery is just one of five of its kind in the world and left Norris shocked.
The final in 2021 was blighted by hooliganism as thousands broke into the stadium amid poor security and police presence.
Norris is currently 11th in this season’s drivers’ championship in what’s been a poor season for McLaren, having scored points in just three of the opening eight rounds.
The British team have made big changes ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix this weekend by bringing in an upgraded model before the Spielburg race.