NFL broadcaster Charissa Thompson recalled a harrowing experience she suffered when her home was recently burglarized.

Thompson, who works for FOX and Amazon Prime, revealed on the latest episode of his «Calm Down» podcast with Erin Andrews that he saw burglars break into his home. She was not at her house at the time, but received an alert on her phone.

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Sportscaster Charissa Thompson during the Big Slick Celebrity Softball Game before a game between the Colorado Rockies and the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium on June 2, 2023 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Jay Biggerstaff/Getty Images)

«I was at the ranch. I got a text in the morning that the door to my house in Los Angeles had been, you know… The alarm had gone off at 12:15 at night. And I was like «That’s weird. So I checked my cameras and sure enough, two guys ran out my front door with bags in their hands,» he said.

«And right away I started crying and I felt in my stomach like, holy m– I just got robbed. And now it’s the panic of trying to check the other cameras, the angles and speed up the details.» .»

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Charissa Thompson in Nashville

Charissa Thompson, host of Amazon Prime Video’s Thursday Night Football, speaks before the game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium on December 29, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Cooper Neill/Getty Images)

Thompson said he believes three men jumped over the back fence, which he estimated to be about 15 feet and added to the house for an extra layer of security. He said the boys broke a window and set off the alarms.

«They were professionals. They knew exactly how much time they had. They were only there for four minutes,» he said. «They can keep all that stuff. But what they took from me that was most valuable is my sense of security. And that’s not something I can claim on an insurance form.»

Charissa Thompson in Green Bay

Amazon Prime Video’s Thursday Night Football host Charissa Thompson speaks during the Mercedes-Benz Halftime Show between the Tennessee Titans and the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau on November 17, 2022 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Cooper Neill/Getty Images)

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Thompson said she already had a problem with security, noting that she had been harassed at her old home and had been hacked in the past.