Terrence J 'had his car shot at as he escaped attempted follow-home robbery in Sherman Oaks'  


Terrence J ‘had his car shot at as he escaped attempted follow-home robbery in Sherman Oaks’


Actor Terrence Jenkins was allegedly the victim of an attempted follow-home robbery where his car was shot at as he escaped from perpetrators.  

Fox LA reports Terrence, aka Terrence J, was returning to his Sherman Oaks at 3am on Wednesday when an SUV with masked men blocked him in, according to FOX LA, citing the police.

Police say one of the alleged perpetrators ordered Jenkins, 39, out of the vehicle at gunpoint, however he ended up being able to flee in his car.

Terrence J was allegedly the victim of a follow-home robbery in Sherman Oaks early Wednesday morning, and his car was shot at as he escaped from perpetrators; pictured November 2021

Terrence J was allegedly the victim of a follow-home robbery in Sherman Oaks early Wednesday morning, and his car was shot at as he escaped from perpetrators; pictured November 2021

The Think Like A Man actor was then followed by the suspects, and at least one of the alleged perpetrators fired shots at his car.

The former BET host flagged down a California Highway Patrol Car, who alerted the LAPD to the situation, according to TMZ.

There have been no injuries reported.

The suspects have been described as four Black men whom were all wearing black and driving a silver Jeep Cherokee.

The actor was then followed by the suspects, and at least one of the alleged perpetrators fired shots at his car; pictured October 2021

The actor was then followed by the suspects, and at least one of the alleged perpetrators fired shots at his car; pictured October 2021

Fox LA reporter Gigi Graciette discussed the news on her Twitter account

Fox LA reporter Gigi Graciette discussed the news on her Twitter account 

A ‘follow-home robbery’ is a crime in which victims leaving upscale restaurants are targeted and ‘followed home to be robbed by a crew of criminals,’ according to Fox LA.

‘People need to be aware of the surroundings, especially leaving nightclubs, restaurants and what have you,’ LAPD Sgt. Hector Olivera said after assisting in clearing the actor’s home.

‘It seems that the suspects are targeting individuals that either have expensive jewelry, expensive cars, and things of that nature,’ he said.

The former BET host flagged down a California Highway Patrol Car, who alerted the LAPD to the situation, according to TMZ

The former BET host flagged down a California Highway Patrol Car, who alerted the LAPD to the situation, according to TMZ

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