Before Julianne Moore took home that Emmy last month, someone appears to have taken home some prizes of their own from her New York brownstone: $127,000 worth of jewelry reportedly went missing over the summer.
A complaint was filed Monday stating that 10 pieces of jewelry, among them bracelets, watches and a necklace, belonging to the "Game Change" actress were taken between June 6 and Aug. 28, when the brownstone was being remodeled.
The priciest of the items: a Cartier tennis bracelet valued at $33,000, said the New York Post.
During the time in question, while 15 to 25 workers had access to the house she shares with director husband Bart Freundlich, Moore was primarily in Toronto filming a "Carrie" remake, according to the New York Times.
The six-bedroom, 1905-vintage brownstone has been listed for sale twice in the last several years, the Times said, most recently for $12.5 million.