The flyweight shared details of the incident via Twitter on Thursday. According to Clark, her house was “trashed” and numerous items were stolen, including televisions, guitars, dvds, clothes, shoes and video games. Additionally, the intruders allegedly smashed the rib cage of Clark’s cat, and it will have to be put down as a result.
Clark claims that three people — “one small female with her hair in a bun, reddish blonde and two men” — are responsible. Clark, a native of Queensland, Australia, lives in Las Vegas
Someone just broke into my house, stole all my housemates stuff, trashed the whole place, stole clothes and shoes from me— Jessy Jess (@missjessyjess) January 11, 2018
They also kicked our cat and smashed his rib cage and it has pushed his intestines up into his chest cavity.— Jessy Jess (@missjessyjess) January 11, 2018
He has to have surgery and we don’t know what’s going to happen yet https://t.co/lqlY8d4efH
VEGAS. MY HOUSE JUST GOT BROKEN INTO— Jessy Jess (@missjessyjess) January 11, 2018
They kicked our cat and he has to be put down.
Tvs, guitars, dvds, POP, video games.
At least 3 people, one small female with her hair in a bun, reddish-blonde and two men. One white sedan and possibly a gray truck with them.
Clark made her Octagon debut at UFC Fight Night 121 on Nov. 18, where she took a split decision over Bec Rawlings. UFC Fight Night 124 takes place at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on Saturday night and is headlined by a featherweight showdown between Jeremy Stephens and Doo Ho Choi.