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US News Katherine Ryan says masked man broke into her home

01:15  21 october  2019
01:15  21 october  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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COMEDIAN Katherine Ryan has revealed a masked man broke into her home last night and tried to steal her scripts. The 36-year-old took to Instagram last night to Saying she is the happiest she has been in years, Katherine has re-evaluated her entire stand-up routine, which has always been about

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Katherine Ryan said a masked man attempted to rob her at home © Getty Katherine Ryan said a masked man attempted to rob her at home

Canadian comedian Katherine Ryan has said that a masked man broke into her home in the UK and robbed her this weekend.

Ryan, 36, shared her ordeal on Instagram, saying her boyfriend had managed to fight off the intruder.

The masked man attempted to steal a laptop which Ryan said contained the scripts for a Netflix series.

She posted a clip to Instagram showing police attending her home, adding: "Cool to be robbed tonight by a masked man in our home."

In another video she can be seen holding her laptop and pointing out blood on its case.

She told her fans: "This is why I love Bobby K (Kootstra), he got in a fight and wrestled back my Netflix series, all my scripts."

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Comedian Katherine Ryan has spoken of her terror when a masked assailant robbed her home last night. She said her boyfriend managed to fight off the masked man and fought him for Katherine 's laptop. Katherine said the laptop contained the scripts for her Netflix series so she was relieved to

Canadian comedian Katherine Ryan has said that a masked man broke into her home in the UK and robbed her this weekend. Ryan , 36, shared her ordeal on Instagram, saying her boyfriend had managed to fight off the intruder. The masked man attempted to steal a laptop which Ryan said

The comedian joked about finding it difficult to sleep after the attack.

"That's fine, I never liked sleeping anyway," she wrote.

She also revealed that a ring had been stolen and shared an image of the jewellery on Twitter.

She asked: "Is there a way to circulate this foreshadowing ring around pawn shops that the masked man stole before he was tackled into the street?"

Ryan is a stand-up comedian who has appeared on panel shows including Mock the Week, A League Of Their Own, 8 Out Of 10 Cats and Would I Lie to You?.

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