The ‘Let It Snow’ actor calls out California’s top politicians over zero-bail policy after two masked men smashed his window and forced their ways into his house.
AceShowbiz –Matthew Noszka was furious. Two men, covered up from head to toe, broke into the house he shared with his partner, actress Inanna Sarkis. He called the thieves “f**king scum of the earth” while sharing their images from security camera footage.
“My house was just broken into by two men! The f**king system in California is set up for them to keep doing this without fear of consequences,” he fumed as he criticized the county’s zero-bail policy which prompted a rise in smash-and-grab robberies in the city.
The 29-year-old actor/model called out California’s top politicians, blaming them for the recent house invasion. The father of one raised middle fingers to both Governor Gavin Newsom and Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon.
“Thank you Gavin Newsom for running such an amazing city!” he sarcastically applauded both of the Democratic politicians. “Also can’t leave out George Gascon. You f**king suck too!”
Sharing a picture of his damaged window, the “Let It Snow” star also dropped a message for his online followers, “For everyone in the LA area, please be safe! Get a guard dog, arm your homes, be alert, look for suspicious activity, check your security systems!”
The break-in happened a year after Matthew Noszka and Inanna Sarkis welcomed their first child together, a baby girl named Nova. The couple have been in a relationship for four years.
“Nova you are the best thing that’s ever happened to me and I promise to love and protect you until I’m 100!” the proud dad posted adorable pics and clips of his little daughter along with a sweet note on Father’s Day this year. “Yes I plan on living to 100+ hope you won’t get sick of me. Feeling so blessed to be your Dad.”
Meanwhile, mom Inanna wrote, “Happy first Father’s Day to the hottest baby daddy around @matthew_noszka …Watching you with our little munchkin makes my heart melt, but also pisses me off because I already know she’s a daddy’s girl.”
The new parents quickly embraced parenthood after previously admitting they were filled with “anxiety and fear of whether we would be ready to be parents or not.”
“After a lot of tears and deep conversations, we realised how perfect of a time it really was to start a family,” Inanna previously said in an interview with Vogue magazine.
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