Scotland Yard Coy On Lohan Jewel Disapearance

Jun. 16 2009, Published 1:21 p.m. ET

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Hellraiser Lindsay Lohan is reportedly going to be quizzed over $500,000 of missing jewels – although British police are remaining coy about the crime.

A London Metro Police spokesman told on Tuesday: “Scotland Yard is investigating a jewelry theft of more than $500,000 from a London studio where actress Lindsay Lohan was wearing them for a photo shoot for Elle Magazine. The theft occurred on June 8, 2009 – there have been no arrests at this point and the investigation is at an early stage.

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The missing pieces include a diamond necklace and earrings worn by Lohan, 22, which vanished at the shoot at Big Sky Studios in London.

Police were called to investigate when staff at Elle realized the gems had gone missing. Bosses at Dior, who loaned the jewelry are seething.

Around a dozen staff who were also present at the glamour shoot in Islington, North London, on Saturday June 6, have also been questioned by police.

A source claimed: “Jewels are often loaned out for big celebrities to wear on fashion shoots. The police are trying to figure out who had them when they went missing. People at Dior are very upset – this is embarrassing for the magazine.”

Lohan has had several brushes with the law in recent years – in May 2007 she was arrested after cocaine was found in her smashed car.

In July the same year, she was again caught with cocaine – she served one day in jail.

She also crashed her car three times between 2004 and 2006 but was never charged. (Photo: WENN)


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