Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc is asking fans to stop showing up at his home in Monaco after his address was somehow leaked.
the 25 year old ferrari driver took to social media to wish his 10.5 million Instagram followers a Happy Easter, but not before begging them to respect his privacy after revealing that fans had been «gathering» outside his apartment.
«Over the past few months my home address has somehow gone public, leading to people gathering under my apartment, ringing my doorbell and asking for photos and autographs,» he wrote on his Instagram Stories. .
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«While I’m always happy to be there for you and really appreciate your support, please respect my privacy and refrain from coming to my home.»
He continued: «I’ll make sure to stop for everyone when they see me on the streets or at the track, but I won’t come down if they visit my house.»
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Leclerc’s privacy request comes just after police in italy posted footage of the F1 driver chasing down two suspects who stopped him for a photo in April 2022 before taking off on a scooter wearing his signature Richard Mille watch.
Authorities said Tuesday that three men and a woman were arrested in connection with the April 18, 2022 robbery in Viareggio, a coastal town in Tuscany.
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Two watches were located at the home of one of the suspects during a police investigation, but authorities were unable to say if any of the watches belonged to Leclerc.
The police also found 23,000 euros in the house.