Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan has declared war on the homeless community as he continues to live in a $ 3.5 million mansion near the crime-stricken Los Angeles.
A recluse Australian actor, 81, lives in the once-desired seaside suburbs of Venice. Here, crime and homelessness are skyrocketing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Hogan in a mask sent a harsh warning to unhappy people on Sunday. He was depicted pinning a note on the front door stating, “This is not your home.”
What’s more: Masked Paul Hogan is tough by fixing a note to his neighborhood homeless community in Los Angeles, “This isn’t your home,” on Sunday at his front door. I sent a warning
Hogan, who said he wanted to return to Australia “desperately homesick” earlier this month, attached a note to the door before returning inside.
He casually wore blue jeans, a forest green sweater, and New Balance sneakers.
Later that day he left his residence-the locals described it as a “fortress” -his 22-year-old son, who lives with him, picked up a chance.
Hogan and Chance have been trapped in mansions for months in the wake of recent crime and homelessness in the area.
Get out: Hogan attaches a note to the door and then goes back inside.
Not to be missed: The note was pasted next to Hogan’s garage door and marked with a red marker
“Where Paul lives in hell on Earth,” local politician Hogan’s neighbor Tyler Proctor recently told Women’s Day.
“His house is like a…