Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Demarcus Robinson was reportedly robbed at gunpoint outside a hotel in Los Angeles. Law enforcement sources have revealed that the incident occurred just after midnight, prompting a swift response from the Los Angeles Police Department.
Two assailants, allegedly armed, approached the 29-year-old football player, demanding that he surrender his belongings, which included a valuable luxury watch and over $100,000 worth of jewelry. Thankfully, Robinson emerged from the incident unscathed.
The thieves, after successfully obtaining Robinson’s valuables, made a swift escape. Despite this alarming incident, Robinson is reported to be doing well, and there have been no reported injuries. Authorities have initiated an investigation into the robbery, but as of now, no arrests have been made. Details regarding the suspects involved in the incident remain unknown.
Robinson, who started his NFL career with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2016, played a pivotal role in the Chiefs’ victory at Super Bowl LIV in 2020. He joined the Los Angeles Rams in June this year after a season with the Baltimore Ravens. The Rams are scheduled to face the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday at SoFi Stadium. This incident adds to the list of concerns for the Rams as they prepare for their upcoming game.
As more details about the incident surface, an air of uncertainty lingers over the situation, leaving fans and followers of Robinson and the Los Angeles Rams keen to learn about any developments in the case. The ordeal highlights the challenges faced by high-profile athletes, even in the relative safety of upscale neighborhoods and hotels.
Derek Chan – Editor