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Suzanne Somers' Livestream Interrupted by Home Intruder

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Suzanne Somers (Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

By    |   Monday, 08 February 2021 12:05 PM

Suzanne Somers is opening up about her experience of being confronted by a barely-dressed intruder during her recent livestream. The "Three's Company" star was filming a makeup video on Facebook Live on Friday at her California estate when a man wandered onto the property. They exchanged words and the man was eventually escorted off the property without incident all while cameras were rolling. A livestream viewer saw what was happening and called police.

Speaking with Entertainment Tonight, Somers said it was "just one of those freaky things," adding that the ordeal occurred in "very unusual circumstance."

Fortunately she was able to remain calm during the confrontation. "He was definitely trespassing," Somers explained. "I was glad I reacted calmly and it turned out OK. You never know what's going to happen in life."

The actor was expecting guests over that night and at first thought the intruder was part of the group until he told her that ghosts were following him. "As the guy walked towards me, I realized ... everything about this guy is wrong," Somers recalled.

In a video clip of the livestream shared by Page Six, she asks the man, who cannot be seen, how he got onto her property. "A friend led me up this hill, and then I came down," he responds.

"You shouldn't be here. You don't scare me," Somers replies. "But I'm not used to having people on my property and we're doing a show."

At one point the man told Somers: "There were ghosts following me."

Somers said the man was dressed in "flip flops or a bathing suit, or a bikini."

The man did apologize to Somers for interrupting her livestream then mentioned he had a gift for her, which she declined. "When I saw him walk behind me, I thought, 'Yeah, Intruder Guy, you're going to want to get out of here. You're not going to want Bad Al,'" Somers admitted.

Fortunately everyone remained calm and the man was eventually escorted to the gate by Somers' husband, Alan Hamel, where he was met by police responding to a call placed by one of Somers' fans watching the livestream. They issued him a warning and he was let go.

"I suddenly realized he was not a threat at all. He actually seemed like a very nice boy," Hamel told Entertainment Tonight. "I asked him to leave, and after a couple of back and forths, he did leave. I felt sorry for him. I thought, 'This could be my son.' I never felt threatened at all, once I got close to him."

Hamel added that he hoped everything worked out for the best for the intruder.

"Whatever he needs, I hope he got it," Hamel said. "I just felt badly for him."

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Suzanne Somers is opening up about her experience of being confronted by a barely-dressed intruder during her recent livestream. The "Three's Company" star was filming a makeup video on Facebook Live on Friday at her California estate when a man wandered...
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