Tiny Harris Reported $750,000 Worth Of Jewelry Stolen Out Of Her Parked Car

October 7, 2019 / Posted by:

There’s been a Tiny heist. Well, heist maybe isn’t the right word to describe what happened to Tameka “Tiny” Harris’ bag of jewels which were allegedly snatched from the console of her parked Lamborghini. Heist implies planning, laser beams, catsuits, synchronized watches, and maybe some sort of thematically appropriate rubber masks. According to WSB 2 News in Atlanta, $750,000 worth of jewels practically walked away by themselves while Tiny was having drinks with a friend.

Tiny, who is best known for being tumultuously married to T.I. (for now) and having her eyes surgically colored blue, may now be best known for being the dumbass who left a velvet sack filled with precious jewels in a parked Lambo in the middle of Midtown Atlanta. And I honestly don’t know which is more embarrassing.

Tameka “Tiny” Harris, reality star and wife of rapper T.I., had more than $750,000 worth of jewelry stolen from her car Sunday night. Atlanta police confirmed the theft to Channel 2’s Michael Seiden Monday morning.

Wedding rings, watches and stud earrings were among the jewelry taken from the center console of her Lamborghini.

Harris told police the theft happened while she and her friend were grabbing drinks at Bar Amalfi in Midtown Atlanta. She returned to her car around 9:45 p.m. to find her bag containing the jewelry gone.

Golly, I hope everything was insured! I would have thought a Lamborghini would be more secure than the 89 Toyota I used to drive that would open and start with any Toyota key of similar vintage.

Why, if I didn’t know Tiny to be a reasonable, responsible person, I might be a little suspicious of these circumstances. But if Tiny says she wrapped $750,000 in diamonds and gold in a handy velour carrying case and left them out in the open in her presumably unlocked luxury SUV parked in a busy urban area at night, and was surprised when they went missing, then we have no choice but to believe her.

Pic: Wenn.com

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