KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A woman who was found inside the home of Kansas City Royals pitcher Danny Duffy said she was led there as part of a game with her fiance, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, according to police.
Duffy reported a break-in at his home on June 23, 2018, after he received a notification from his doorbell security camera that someone was at his home. Duffy was not there at the time.
According to the police report, Duffy could see the woman walking around his home through the camera.
When officers arrived, they found Tabytha C. Yeary, 27, in Duffy's home wearing one of his charity T-shirts and a pair of his Nike jogging pants.
The report said every bedroom in the home was in disarray. Officers found Yeary's purse in Duffy's bedroom with her wallet and one of Duffy's video game controllers inside.
According to the report, Yeary told investigators that she had been walking barefoot around the city all day following messages from her fiance, Elon Musk, the owner of Tesla car company. She said she believed Duffy's home was an Airbnb that Musk was staying in. She said she put on Duffy's clothes because hers were messed up from walking around the city all day.
Yeary was charged with second-degree burglary. Her arraignment hearing is scheduled for Jan. 28 in Jackson County.