Report: A Fortune in Jewelry Swiped from Julianne Moore’s Home
(NEW YORK) -- Julianne Moore personally carried her shiny new Emmy award statuette in a paper bag to keep it safe on a recent flight, but a New York Post story claims the actress should have been equally protective of her bling at home.
Nearly $130,000 worth of jewelry was reportedly swiped from Moore's New York City apartment, the paper notes. Ten missing items include a $33,000 platinum Cartier tennis bracelet, as well as four watches from the high-end retailer priced at nearly $80,000.
The Post reports workmen had easy access to the Oscar winner's West Village brownstone for nearly two months over the summer while renovations were underway.
Moore was in Toronto at the time the bling went missing.
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