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Hilary Duff's House Robbed Of Jewelry After She Posts Vacation Pics

Jul. 23 2017, Updated 2:30 p.m. ET

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Hilary Duff was reportedly robbed of jewelry worth megabucks stolen from her house after she posted photos on social media showing that she was on vacation out of the country.

As The Sun and other publications have reported, Duff was burgled on Wednesday night while she was having fun with her family in Canada.

And the singer/actress, 29, had posted pics and videos from there to her Instagram account, captioning one picture of her wearing a pink swimsuit and getting ready to dive off a dock, "CANADA."

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It clearly wasn't the best move for Duff to share her holiday news, as her house in Beverly Hills was broken into. And according to reports, no alarm went off when the robbers entered her empty house during the night.

Robbers reportedly broke through an outer door of Duff's home and pawed through her things, finding her jewelry worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Police have said they can't confirm the extent of the robbery yet because Duff is still in Canada.

As Radar readers know, there has been a rash of celebrities who were robbed lately, including Nicki Minaj, Scott Disick and Ronda Rousey. 

Kim Kardashian was the most famous robbery victim, and although it happened in Paris, it's been said her social media revealed too many clues of her whereabouts.

Duff divorced hockey player Mike Comrie, with whom she has a son, last year. And she abruptly dumped her boyfriend Matthew Koma in April, as Radar reported.

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