Ronda Rousey Reveals Her Venice Home Was Burglarized

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"They knew it was my house. There’s no way you can’t not know it’s my house. What little punks," said the UFC fighter and actress.

Ronda Rousey is the latest celebrity to have her home burglarized, but different from the rash of similar high-profile crimes, it appears the suspects in Rousey's robbery were apprehended.

The UFC fighter and actress visited Live With Kelly and Ryan, with Jerry O'Connell filling in for Seacrest as co-host, on Wednesday and told the story of how a group of young skaters broke into her Venice, Calif., home a few months back while she was away and squatted before stealing numerous belongings, including jewelry. 

“Someone had been squatting in my house for, like, three days, sleeping in my bed, stole my Olympic rings, stole my guns, stole all my precious jewelry, every headphone in the house, credit cards," she said. 

Rousey and her fiance, UFC fighter Travis Browne, reviewed their security cameras and saw, she said, "a bunch of kids with skateboards." 

There is a skate park near her home, so Browne immediately went to look for the suspects and located them, Rousey said. The police were notified and they were arrested, she added. 

"They knew it was my house," said Rousey. "There’s no way you can’t not know it’s my house. What little punks.”

Rousey is the most recent celebrity victim to join the growing list of high-profile home burglaries. Others who have been targeted include David Spade, Emmy Rossum, Nick Young, Kendall Jenner, Kevin Hart and Los Angeles Dodgers slugger Yasiel Puig.

There have not been developments released by police concerning the aforementioned cases. However, Los Angeles police previously told The Hollywood Reporter that the celebrity home break-ins are not connected to the gang "Knock-Knock" burglaries.