Deadmau5 fuming after break-in at mother's house in Niagara Falls
Deadmau5 performs at the 54th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2012 in Los Angeles. (AP / Chris Pizzello)
The Canadian Press
Published Monday, July 9, 2012 11:26AM EDT
TORONTO -- Grammy-nominated producer Deadmau5 is fuming after a break-in at his mother's house in Niagara Falls, Ont.
The electronic music producer otherwise known as Joel Zimmerman took to Facebook for a rant directed at the robbers.
Zimmerman wrote that his mother's house was ransacked, with the criminals stealing a TV.
He said her paintings were slashed and her house was trashed, but added that his mother wasn't home at the time of the robbery and is OK.
Still, the 31-year-old -- a four-time Juno winner who recently appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine -- threatened those responsible.
"Man, you ... picked the wrong house," he wrote, using an expletive to describe those responsible.
"Mau5 is gonna find you."
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