Reports have emerged that police have responded to a fake emergency call from Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s l.A mansion.
According to the Southern California Monitoring Association's twitter account police received a swatting call – a term referring to when a fake phone call is made to authorities to lure out emergency services to a specific location - about a prowler who was allegedly shot at the house.
The scanner and radio monitoring club's account then claimed there was a home invasion and that a cleaning lady had been shot by a suspect.
The SCMA later tweeted that the caller disconnected as authorities entered the home. "Appears Kim Kardashian home is victim of SWATTING call. Officers did breach door to enter," the account wrote, confirming that the call was a false alarm.
Kim and Kanye have not yet addressed the fake break-in, although this is not the first time that the reality star has been the target of a prank of this nature.
In a January 2013 tweet, Kim said: 'These prank calls are NOT funny! People can get arrested for this! I hope they find out who is behind this. Its dangerous & not a joke!' after pranksters summoned authorities to her mother Kris Jenner's Calabasas mansion.