CHRIS Eubank Jr has had hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of belongings stolen when his home was robbed.

The boxer, who lives in Hove, said two men broke into his mansion while he was out overnight.

The 30-year-old revealed the damage in an Instagram video this morning.

He said: “Some low-life has been in here and snuck in like the little rats that they are and burgled my house while I am away.

“Smashed through the back bedroom window, come inside, tore my bed up, emptied the closet.”

The Argus:

Capturing the event on CCTV, Eubank said his alarm was down at the time of the incident.

He was due to get the system back up and running today.

Eubank Jr said seven pairs of his Louboutin shoes and a couple of boxing gloves were pinched during the raid at around 11pm last night.

But the WBA interim champion said the thieves left his most valuable possession - an expensive watch.


Showing fans his walk-in wardrobe he said: “If you had been good at your job and taken the time to inspect the garment you would have found this - which is worth 100 times anything in this house.

"The joke is on you, you absolute scumbags.

The Argus:

"The moral of the story is if you are going to do something, do it right.”

He finished: “I have no doubt that the people responsible for this follow me on social media.

"So you guys will see this.

“It’s terrible.

"It really is.

"At the end of the day, Karma is a b***h and they will pay on way or another."

The Argus:

Eubank Jr showed off his pad on ITV back in February ahead of his bout with fellow Brit James DeGale.

The plush pad fitted in with the boxer's luxurious lifestyle as the Brit showed viewers around his stylish bedroom and kitchen, before taking them on a tour of his garden complete with swimming pool and hot tub.

Sussex Police said they were investigating a burglary, which occurred between 10pm on Wednesday (22 Jan) and 3.30am on Thursday (23 Jan).

A spokesman said: "Intruders made an untidy search of bedrooms and stole a quantity of clothing.

"Anyone who may have seen anything suspicious or who may have other relevant information, including CCTV or dash-cam footage, is asked to contact Sussex Police online or phone 101, quoting serial 124 of 23/01."

"Alternatively they can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously online at or by phoning 0800 555 111."