Tamar Braxton wants to leave Atlanta after car robbery

After Tamar Braxton revealed on social media Monday that her car was burglarized at her Atlanta apartment building we’re told that she’s planning on moving out of the building — and she event wants to leave the city.

“She is highly pissed and freaked out. Now she wants to move out of the luxury building and wants to remove herself from ATL completely” said a source, “But that would be hard to do because she works for Dish Nation, which tapes in Atlanta.”

Surveillance video of the incident shows four men removing goods from her black Bentley.

“Expensive clothing items was taken from her car,” said the source, “She is talking to building security as to how the robbers gained access to the building in the first place and feels like there should be some type of compensation for her losses.”

Tamara Braxton performing on stage.
The “Love and War” singer no longer feels safe.
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Tamar Braxton walking in New York street.
The “Braxton Family Values” reality star feels like she was being watched.
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The “Love and War” singer posted this week, “I got robbed. At home. I’m not safe anywhere. I don’t know why I keep getting violated. I had a lot in my car ‘cause I don’t live anywhere ’cause I’m not safe anywhere or with anyone.”

She added, “With all this surveillance in one of the most expensive/exclusive buildings in ATL … no one did anything [to prevent it].”

The mother of one said she feels as if she’s “being watched.”

Tamar posing on
The mother of one is over living in Atlanta.
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“Why they take my garage door openers,” she wrote, “I feel like they are following me and my Bentley key. Where can I go??? No where?? And trust WHOOOOOOOOO?? I hate it here Omg.”

“I mean everyone is a target — you just don’t know. Tamar feels like she is being watched but as a public figure she stands out even more,” said the insider.

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