Playboy Playmate robbed at gunpoint by 3 men who tied her up with dog leash: report

A Playboy model was reportedly ambushed at home by three masked men who tied her up with a dog leash, ransacked her house and stole more than $30,000 in cash, according to TMZ.

Lauryn Elaine Sandoval, whose Instagram bio describes her as a Playboy Playmate of the month who's been featured in the magazine seven times, "noticed her front door was busted" when she returned to her Hollywood home on Wednesday just before midnight. Upon her entrance, two men emerged from her bedroom and a third approached from her brother's room.

The men, all wearing masks, pointed a gun at her and told her to open her safe, law enforcement sources said. She was restrained by a dog leash as they stole the money and her purse.

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After they left, Sandoval says she was able to free herself from the leash and run outside the house for help. Video obtained by TMZ shows the place "absolutely trashed" with every room ransacked and various items damaged, including a smashed mirror.

Sandoval has not posted photos on social media since the attack, but she did respond to an Instagram comment from someone who wrote a graphic comment about how the men could have sexually assaulted or killed her.

Sandoval replied, "Right? I acted right and had an angel with me ... scariest moment of my life."

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