Elisa Johnson, the 23-year-old daughter of NBA legend and Los Angeles Dodgers part-owner Magic Johnson, had to flee a San Fernando Valley house after a home invasion.
Johnson was at an AirBnB house that her friends had rented on early Sunday morning, when two armed men entered the house, according to TMZ.
While it isn’t known if the door to the home was unlocked, or if the thieves broke in, the are said to have held a number of people at gunpoint while, ‘shoving them around the home.’
Law enforcement sources revealed that Johnson was in a bedroom when the gunmen entered the house.
The thieves reportedly made off with a Rolex and other jewelry, along with cash and electronics, which had an estimated value between $30K and $40K.
Johnson has yet to address the incident on social media, but earlier that day, she took to her Instagram story to share her day at a local Dave & Busters.
One Instagram story photo showed a Dave & Busters card, while another brief video showed Johnson playing the game Jumpin Jackpot.