V. Williams' house burglarized while competing at US Open

Venus Williams’ house burgled while competing at US Open

Venus Williams

Well, in the midst of Williams securing a bag to the tune of $920,000 for her Open run, her Florida home was reportedly burglarized of $400,000 worth of goods.

The crime reportedly took place between September 1 and 5, while Williams was competing in the U.S. Open.

No arrests have been made.

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Venus Williams' agent, Carlos Fleming, did not respond to an email seeking comment. Ms. Williams was driving about 5 miles per hour, according to the police, when her sport utility vehicle collided with another vehicle in an intersection. The home is valued at $2.3 million and Palm Beach County property records show Williams and her sister Serena bought the property in 2000. Police have said the accident investigation remains open, and she is being sued by the dead man's estate. Well, Maj. Eduardo Guillen, of the Palm Beach Gardens police, said they wanted to keep Williams' privacy intact.

Just few days after the robbery, the 37-year-old suffered another heartbreak as she slumped to a three-set defeat at the hands of eventual champion Sloane Stevens in the semi-finals of the US Open. She also owns a small percentage of the Miami Dolphins.

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