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Kendall Jenner robbed; burglars took over $200K in jewelry

by Jody Jameson, Contributor

Kendall Jenner’s Hollywood Hills home was robbed Wednesday of $200 thousand worth of jewelry.

TMZ reports that Jenner left her home around noon that day and didn’t come back until around 8 p.m. that evening. Kendall didn’t notice anything wrong until she went into her bedroom around 1 a.m., and found some of her jewelry missing. Police say the model then heard a noise and believed the burglar might still be in her home. She immediately called authorities who searched the home, but no one was found in the house.

The report read that there were no signs of forced entry and there are currently no suspects, but police continue to investigate the burglary.

In August, Kendall reported a stalker who followed her up the driveway of her Hollywood Hills home not long after she bought the place.

US Weekly said that the 21-year-old purchased the house from John Krasinski and Emily Blunt last summer for $6.5 million. The house has 4,800 square feet, and is equipped with six bedrooms, four full baths, a pool, a mini screening room and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Jimmy Kimmel, who lives close to Jenner, joked that he was blamed for the model moving into the Hollywood Hills neighborhood during Jimmy Kimmel Live!

“There was a whole thing with emails that went on. I mean, before you got there … The neighbors all seemed to blame me for this development.”

The story is still developing.

[Feature Photo: AP/Rich Fury/Invision]

Jody Jameson is up-and-coming journalist who's been featured in national news publications for her in-depth crime stories coverage. Her passion lies within helping women and children, in hopes of bringing awareness to abuse, exploitation, and rights violations. In her personal time, Jody has done summer volunteer work at The Boys and Girls Club, and worked as a peer assistant for PALS, a program that assists underprivileged kids. During her time in sorority, Kappa Kappa Gama, Jody volunteered in the Reading is Fundamental (RIF) program, which raises money to supply books to children in need.