"I cannot believe someone broke into my home," the heiress tells Life & Style Weekly. She is speaking, of course, about the $2 million jewelry theft from her home on Friday morning. "They took items that had such sentimental value that no one will ever be able to replace."
According to the LAPD, a man wearing a hooded sweatshirt and gloves forced his way into the front door of her home and went right to the bedroom.
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"I'm just thankful that I wasn't there when it happened," she went on.
"She and I were talking about it and really, it is stuff," her mom Kathy said in an E! News interview. "I'm just happy that she's okay... you can't be possessed by your possessions. Those are just things."