Police Probe Lil Kim's Involvement In BET Awards House Robbery

Jun. 25 2017, Updated 6:36 p.m. ET

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Police are probing Lil' Kim's involvement in a house robbery over the weekend.

The controversial rapper 'is a person of interest' as the LAPD look at the case in which $20,000 of cash was taken from the home that was also vandalized.

The 'Not Tonight' singer went with her friend to rent the Los Angeles property for a lavish BET Awards party – but after they visited the property they changed their minds.

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Reportedly an argument then ensued between the owner/manager of the home who refused to refund them for the rental.

Around 4am on Sunday morning a gang of armed robbers stormed the house and stole the deposit check and cash before vandalizing some cars too.

As a result the LAPD have launched an investigation into the robbery that could land Lil' Kim in some legal hot water.

This is not her first run in with the law - Kim, born Kimberly Denise Jones, did jail time in 2005.

She was convicted of three counts of conspiracy and one count of perjury regarding her friends' involvement in a 2001 shooting outside a studio in Manhattan, New York.

The star testified not to have known they were at the scene but was caught on camera footage exiting the building with the accused.

As a result she served 12 months at the Federal Detention Center in Philadelphia.

If she's connected to this latest robbery she could end up back in jail.

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