In an article from from Emily Mibach of the Palo Alto Daily Post, a shocking story of a trespasser entering Steph Curry’s home was revealed. In the report, Mibach wrote the following:
“A man got past the security fence at Steph Curry’s Atherton mansion and walked through the home while the NBA star’s children were home, a prosecutor said. The arrest of Sheng Gao, 19, of Cupertino occurred on Oct. 15 but wasn’t revealed by police. It only came to light through the DA’s office on Thursday. Gao allegedly walked up to the Curry’s home on Selby Lane on Oct. 15 and pressed buttons on the gate keypad, when it opened, said Chief Deputy District Attorney Sean Gallagher. Gao walked up the driveway to the front door of the house and opened the unlocked door, Gallagher said. Steph and Ayesha were not home, but their three children and nanny were, Gallagher said.”
This wild story received an update from Amy Graff of SFGATE, who spoke with San Mateo County District Attorney Stephen Wagstaffe to obtain additional details and clarity.
“Sheng Gao, 18, entered the Curry home without permission to get an autograph from the Golden State Warriors basketball star on Oct. 15 and was located by police shortly thereafter, in Atherton, a wealthy Silicon Valley enclave 30 miles southeast of San Francisco, San Mateo County District Attorney Stephen Wagstaffe told SFGATE,” Graff wrote.
As both Graff and Mibach reported, Gao was reportedly seeking an autograph from Curry after being told the Warriors star and other famous people lived in that neighborhood. This shocking story will likely continue to receive updates from the local media and District Attorney’s office.