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Would You Break Into a Celebrity’s Home if Given the Chance? [POLL]

Jon Bon Jovi
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Nick Tracy, the man who broke into Jon Bon Jovi’s house last year, finally plead guilty this week. Deminski & Doyle want to know who’s house you would break into if you could.

  • Jackie on Route 130: Billy Joel’s house out on Long Island.
  • Joe in Forked River: Jack Nicholson’s home.
  • Barbara in Chester: Martha Stewart’s home so she can see how organized Ms. Stewart is.
  • Mike in Branchburg: John Lennon’s house.
  • Frannie on the Parkway: ONE of Donald Trump’s homes.

Would you ever want to pull this off? If so, which celebrity’s home would it be? Take our poll and leave your choice in the comment section below.

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