Soccer star Allie Long says her LA hotel room was burglarized


Allie Long of the United States Women's National Soccer Team receives the key to the city from Chirlane McCray (l) and Mayor Bill de Blasio during a ceremony at City Hall on July 10, 2019 in New York City.

Allie Long's celebratory day as a world champion ended on the opposite note as her Los Angeles hotel room was burglarized after the 2019 ESPY Awards. Do you make copies @NYCMayor? "I would love a new one", she tweeted on Thursday.

No suspect had been identified and no arrests had have been made, the newspaper reported.

She and her teammates from the World Cup winning USA team each received a key to the city from New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio in a ceremony Wednesday honoring their victory.

The U.S. women's national soccer team defeated the Netherlands, 2-0, on Sunday to claim its second consecutive World Cup.

Allie Long briefly drops the American Flag celebrating the teams World Cup win.

A Los Angeles Police Department spokesperson told People that the door to Long's hotel room was not locked at the time of the break in. "Don't worry about the key". We got you covered.

They were awarded an ESPY for best team at the show.

The keys are the highest honor the city gives, de Blasio said. Teammate Alex Morgan, who tweeted at Long in support, won "Female Athlete of the Year".

Long later posted a photo on Instagram of herself with her gold medal and husband Jose Batista, along with the caption, "Take my ring but not my mans (or medal Thank God)".