Motsi Mabuse is working with the police to "solve this crime". An attempt was made to break into her dance school.
Not good news for dancer and "Let's Dance" judge Motsi Mabuse (39). Burglars were targeting her dance school in Eschborn, Hesse, which she runs together with her husband Evgenij Voznyuk. Mabuse posted a picture of the damaged glass door on Instagram. The perpetrator or perpetrators had apparently tried to break them by force. It failed.
"We're working with the police to solve this crime," Mabuse wrote about the photo. The dancer is certain "that we were deliberately targeted". What leads them to this assumption left them in the dark. Together with her husband, with whom she has been married since 2017 and has a two-year-old daughter, she will now "improve security in our school so that this will not happen again".
Dancer spends corona isolation in Germany
Is the attempted break-in into the dance school the reason for Mabuse's stay in Germany? The 39-year-old should actually be in Great Britain at the moment to do her jury job in the British "Let's Dance" edition "Strictly Come Dancing". On Friday morning (November 13th), however, she informed her fans via Instagram that she was in self-isolation in Germany.
In her post it was said that she had to travel to Germany "for an urgent reason", but at the beginning of this week. According to the British Corona guidelines, she stays here in 14 days of isolation and cannot personally attend the upcoming shows.