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BSPRINGSTEEN was “Born to Run” — straight into a pricey panic room at his Los An­ge­les man­sion — be­cause

The Boss is ter­ri­fied of ra­bid fans and mon­ey­grub­bing crooks!

“Bruce has been fright­ened by overzeal­ous fol­low­ers who have crossed the line into his pri­vate space for years, and now he’s con­cerned for his fam­ily’s se­cu­rity,” a source ex­clu­sively told The Na­tional EN­QUIRER. While rock ’n’ roll has been good to Bruce, he’s also been rat­tled by the high price of fame, which even he said has con­trib­uted to his life­long men­tal health is­sues.

The Jer­sey Shore’s work­ing-class hero, 69, is worth an es­ti­mated $460 mil­lion and is con­vinced his wealth has also made him, wife Patti Scialfa, 65, and their kids — Evan, 28, Jes­sica, 26, and Sam, 24 — at­trac­tive tar­gets for kid­nap­pers!

“He’s sure that some­one wants to snatch them all!” dished the in­sider. Sources re­ported se­cu­rity work­ers have been all over the L.A. es­tate — even though care­free Patti reg­u­larly traipses around the grounds in only a tiny bikini.

“Bruce doesn’t care,” the source said. “All he can see is the need for safety.” Mean­while, the singer’s chichi Colts Neck, N.J., spread has al­ready been for­ti­fied with high-level se­cu­rity, cam­eras and guards. It’s also equipped with mul­ti­ple panic rooms es­ti­mated to cost more than $50,000 apiece!

“Bruce will spare no ex­pense when it means pro­tect­ing his fam­ily,” the in­sider snitched. “He’s def­i­nitely still a man of the peo­ple, but he’s re­ally spooked by the thought of them be­ing a target — and he’s do­ing ev­ery­thing he can to en­sure no­body can get close to them.”

Spring­steen has been rat­tled by the high price offame

The rocker has out­fit­ted his homes with high­level se­cu­rity

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