In an Instagram, McPhee expressed her sadness at the “disgraceful” condition of Los Angeles in recent years, sharing a tale about three males who assaulted and mugged an elderly person of his money, phone, and watch.
“This is, in fact, my main concern and worry whenever I go out now. We require Rick Caruso. It was all the woke voters’ fault. Seniors getting assaulted on Beverly Hills street while walking around. Please continue to vote for this. What a terrible condition this city is in.”
“Don’t wear your Rolex,” her friend Sara Mann advised in a text message McPhee posted.
“No rings, no watches,” said McPhee to Sara.
“This is the actual life text/conversations you have with family and friends about living in Los Angeles now. Rick Caruso is required,” she concluded. “What’s going on here?”
She also posted a picture of herself with both hands in the air to demonstrate that she no longer flaunts expensive jewelry in public.
“There aren’t any watches, rings or anything else in LA anymore,” she tweeted.
After several bloody disputes in wealthy communities like Beverly Hills, the liberal rich elite of Los Angeles began modulating their tune on violent crime last year. The emergence of billionaire Rick Caruso was prompted by several prominent figures being involved in near-violent or all-out fights in recent months.
In February, a suspect was arrested after threatening Alexandra Daddario’s residence with a loaded weapon. The attacker went to the actress’ house and stood outside screaming.
In February, an intruder broke into the Los Angeles home of fashion entrepreneur, model, and tattoo icon Kat Von D in order to use the restroom. According to reports, Von D revealed that she would be leaving California and relocating to Indiana part-time because of the “tyrannical government overreach” in the state.
“Kodak Black, a rapper, got shot in his leg when he was outside of an after party that was hosted by Justin Bieber in Los Angeles that same month.”
“Terrence Jenkins, an American television host, and actor who is more known as Terrence J, barely avoided a home invasion in November where a gunman fired at him.”
The surge in crime follows George Gascon, a Soros-backed prosecutor who is facing a possible recall election over his soft-on-crime measures, which compelled him to reverse the city’s zero-bail policy.