BRUCE LIVES IN FEAR OF HIS FANS!
ADDS PANIC ROOM TO PROTECT FAMILY FROM KIDNAPPERS
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