So far it’s been a rocky week for Colton Haynes: He lost thousands of dollars after his Hollywood Hills home was burglarized.
But what’s really upset him is the media’s coverage of the crime.
As Pink News reports, Haynes claimed on SnapChat that “even though someone broke into my house and stole a bunch of stuff, that’s not going to get me down.”
Gossip site TMZ leapt on the story, which displeased Haynes — as demonstrated by this follow-up Twitter post:
My home was broken into a few days ago & alot was stolen. I am ok. I don’t understand why it’s necessary that my personal info is on TMZ
— Colton Haynes (@ColtonLHaynes) October 13, 2016
“My home was broken into a few days ago & a lot was stolen. I am ok,” he writes. “I don’t understand why it’s necessary that my personal info is on TMZ.”
As the gossip site reports, the thieves got away with “between $5,000 and $6,000 of property — including a television and computer.”