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NBA TV Host Kristen Ledlow Says She Was Robbed at Gunpoint

Ledlow says in addition to stealing her car, purse and phone, the thieves took her "sense of security."

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    NBA TV Host Kristen Ledlow Says She Was Robbed at Gunpoint
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    File photo of Kristen Ledlow of the East Team arriving before the Sprint NBA All-Star Celebrity Game as part of 2015 All-Star Weekend at Madison Square Garden on February 13, 2015 in New York, New York.

    NBA TV personality Kristen Ledlow says she was robbed at gunpoint at her home.

    The host of "NBA Inside Stuff" said on Twitter and Instagram Sunday that she was held up the day before "by three men who knew who I was, where I lived and were waiting for me when I got home."

    She says in addition to stealing her car, purse and phone, the thieves took her "sense of security." She says she'll be taking a break from social media as a result of the incident because she says she "will not become a slave to fear."

    Ledlow didn't say where the incident took place. NBA TV is based in Atlanta.

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