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Serena Williams Hides in Panic Room When She Thinks Intruder is in her Home

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011
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Men have a panic room, it is called………………..


When you are rich you can put all of these secret Mr. Burns chambers in your home, Serena made use of hers.

Serena Williams went into total lockdown last week — fleeing to a panic room inside her L.A. mansion after security cameras picked up a suspected intruder … but it was all a case of mistaken identity.

Law enforcement sources tell TMZ, Serena’s assistant called 911 around 6AM last Wednesday, reporting a possible burglar or prowler. It was so serious, we’re told Serena retreated to her panic room for safe keeping in case things got dangerous.

But we’re told, it was a false alarm — the person on Serena’s security camera was a random drug tester for an unspecified tennis association, stopping by Serena’s pad unannounced for some pee.

I hear Rodney Harrison use to do the same thing when they tried to drug test him.

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    What’s up with her mug?

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