Emmy-Winning Actress Is Victim of $127,000 Jewelry Theft People
An Emmy-winning actress is the victim of a jewelry theft valued at $127,000 -- including a Cartier platinum diamond tennis bracelet valued at $33,000, People magazine reports.
Julianne Moore, who won an Emmy this year for her portrayal of Sarah Palin in HBO’s “Game Change,” reportedly had the items stolen from her brownstone in New York’s West Village. The theft occurred sometime during a three-month span from June to August.
“The actress, 51, and her husband, the director Bart Freundlich, have had work done on the brownstone this summer,” the report notes. “Between 15 and 25 workers were in the home during the renovations.” Moore was in Toronto for much of the summer, working on a remake of “Carrie,” according to the report.
Also lost were four Cartier watches valued at a combined $77,800, according to the report. No arrests have been made, the story notes.
In addition to winning the Emmy, Moore has been nominated for four Oscars and six Golden Globes.