Jason Oppenheim tells Selling Sunset crew not to wear jewelry after robbery

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Jason Oppenheim is taking precautions after a man was robbed of his high-end watch just outside of his Oppenheim Group offices Thursday in Los Angeles.

The “Selling Sunset” star, 44, has advised his crew to refrain from wearing luxury goods to work, revealing to TMZ, “I told them not to wear jewelry or watches anymore. We have to be diligent, you’ve got to look over your shoulder these days.”

A man was forced to relinquish his expensive timepiece to a thief at gunpoint as he exited a West Hollywood restaurant in the same parking lot as The Oppenheim Group. While staffers were not present during the incident, news of the robbery has left many of them shaken.

“I’ve let everyone know of the situation,” Oppenheim confirmed. “We still have to work as normal but obviously not wearing any watches.”

“[We’re] being careful, just looking around. It was very concerning, this city is having a lot of issues right now.”

Fox 11 reports that crime in West Hollywood has risen by more than 130% between February 2021 and February 2022.

Oppenheim’s “Selling Sunset” castmate Christine Quinn, 33, was also the victim of an attempted break-in this month while home asleep with husband Christian Richard and their 9-month-old baby.

“We didn’t know what was going on,” Quinn shared via Instagram shortly after the attempt. “We immediately checked the security footage and outside of the master bedroom, which is four feet — right here, there was [sic] two armed robbers breaking our glass window.”

Quinn added that, fortunately, the alleged robbers were unsuccessful because her windows are “so strong” and are “triple pane” for added protection.

“Between Christine last week, and this in the parking lot today, it’s very real,” Oppenheim added while discussing the robbery, revealing that he may soon purchase a gun and has already begun to practice shooting.

The reality star also confirmed that he’s spoken to the landlord in regards to hiring extra security.

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