Social media influencer robbed, beaten at gunpoint in Hollywood Hills home invasion robbery

The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating yet another home invasion robbery in the Hollywood Hills.

The LAPD received a call at 3 a.m. Wednesday from a home believed to be used as an Airbnb in the 3000 block of Multiview Drive, located near Bonnie Hill and Mulholland drives.

LAPD investigators were told the victims were asleep and were awakened by at least two suspects wearing ski masks who managed to gain access into the multi-million-dollar home. At least one of the suspects was armed with a gun and used it to pistol-whip one of the victims, which left them with head injuries. 

One of the victims was identified as social media influencer Nour Atta

Authorities said the suspects proceeded to ransack the home and robbed the victims of jewelry worth an estimated $1 million before they left the scene.

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Atta told FOX 11 he left the back door open… and that's likely how the suspects entered the house. 

He believes he was targeted by the suspects.

"I didn't hear a lot, I just heard yelling. A bunch of ‘get up, get up’ this, that. I'm sure a lot of people know me online, it's very easy to find me out and that's just what's going one out here, especially in LA," Atta told FOX 11. 

When first responders arrived, he and a friend were evaluated by medical personnel and did not require hospitalization.  

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The investigation is ongoing.