Kendall Jenner's Hollywood home was reportedly robbed on March 15, making her one of several celebrities targeted by thieves over the past few months.
According to a report from TMZ, law enforcement officers in Hollywood Hills responded to a call from the 21-year-old fashion model and reality TV star claiming some of her jewelry was missing.
Luckily, it sounds like she was not present during the time of the robbery.
Jenner told the police officers she left her house at around noon on Wednesday, and didn't come back until around 8 pm at night.
But it wasn't until around 1 am Jenner went into her bedroom and realized some of her valuable jewelry was missing. The report estimates the value of the jewelry is worth up to $200,000.
There was apparently no sign of forced entry or noticeable damage to Jenner's home, and no suspects as of yet.
Even though it's terrible Jenner had her possessions stolen, it's a relief to hear she wasn't home at the time the thieves broke into her house.
Another robbery in the Kardashian family, even a non-confrontational one such as this one, must bring back painful memories for everyone of Kim Kardashian's traumatic robbery at gunpoint in Paris back in October.
It's particularly ill-timed too, as it seemed the family was finally getting a chance to move past that trauma.
Kardashian recently, finally, opened up about the horrifying experience in episode two of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," which will air Sunday, March 19 on E!.
In a teaser for the upcoming episode, she walks through the experience of the Paris robbery, saying,
They ask for money. I said, 'I don't have any money.' They dragged me out to the hallway, on top of the stairs. That's when I saw the gun like, clear as day. I was kind of looking at the gun, looking down back at the stairs…
Kris Jenner said on "Ellen" she felt walking through the robbery helped her daughter come to terms with the trauma.
So hopefully this new robbery won't undo all the progress.
Stay safe, Kardashians and Jenners! And maybe invest in some better home security?