ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Ministry of Gossip

Khloe Kardashian promises karmic payback in $250,000 jewelry theft

Something's missing from Khloe Kardashian's life: about a quarter-million bucks of jewelry.

The theft was discovered Monday and reported the same night to police, who are now investigating, according to L.A. Now. Law enforcement sources said there was no sign of forced entry at the Tarzana home, which is in a gated community and was once shared by Kardashian and Lamar Odom.

The reality-TV diva, who killed it as a judge on "RuPaul's Drag Race" in an episode that aired Monday night, filed for divorce in December. The house, which went into escrow 10 days after being listed for sale, sat empty for about a month.

Watches and gold chains were among the items taken, according to TMZ. Work had been done on the house in the past month, putting contractors on the suspect list, the website said Tuesday. On Wednesday, it expanded its list of rumored perpetrators to include drug dealers allegedly linked to Odom, a much more salacious possibility. 

The theft was apparently discovered by Kardashian and mom Kris Jenner as they packed up the last of Khloe's belongings in advance of turning over the house to its new owners, "Big Bang Theory" star Kaley Cuoco and her tennis-player husband, Ryan Sweeting, whom Hot Property said paid the $5.499-million asking price for the pad.

"Thieves.... Someone's about to have some bad Karma coming their way. And that bitch NEVER forgets!!!!," a peeved Khloe wrote Tuesday on Twitter. 

Coincidentally, $50,000 in cash was reportedly stolen in February from older sister Kourtney Kardashian, who with boyfriend Scott Disick also put her Calabasa home on the market in January. Kourtney had received the money in cash for an appearance, TMZ reported Wednesday, and when she went to deposit it a couple of days after the payday, it was missing.

ALSO:

Justin Bieber video will have privates blurred out before release

What Adele Dazeem and John Travolta wrought after his Oscars flub

Lindsay Lohan docu-series preview: Cut the crap and bring on the drama

Follow Christie D'Zurilla on Twitter and Google+. Follow the Ministry of Gossip on Twitter @LATcelebs.

PHOTOS AND MORE: PHOTOS: Celebrity portraits by The Times PHOTOS: Royal visit to New Zealand and Australia PHOTOS: 2013 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show

 

Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times
Related Content
Comments
Loading