The 66-year old tech millionaire who died in a home invasion robbery was done in by a prostitute he had frequently hired, who then tipped off gang members to rob his mansion, according to anonymous law enforcement sources.
Raveesh "Ravi" Kumra died Nov. 30 at his home in Monte Sereno, which is in the hills near San Jose, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. Details about the robbery in which his 7,000 home was ransacked have been sealed by a judge, but anonymous sources told the newspaper that an East Oakland gang did the deed after receiving a tip.
The tip came from Raven Dixon, 22, who worked as a prostitute hired by Kumra. She gave info to Deangelo Austin, 21, Javier Garcia, 21, and Lukis Anderson, 26, the newspaper reported. The trio are members of an East Oakland gang called the Money Team, the newspaper reported.
Kumra and his wife, 63-year old Harinder Kumra, were attacked and the robbers made off with cash, jewelry and rare coins, the newspaper reported.