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Katy Perry $120,000 Missing Jewellery Lawsuit Dropped

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A legal battle against Katy Perry and her personal stylist, Jamie Schnieder Mizrahi, has been dismissed. 

According to legal documentation, seen by unCrazed, the insurance company Lloyd’s of London has dismissed all claims against the fashion company run by Jamie.

The fashion company, JHSTYLING, had yet to respond to the allegations. In February, Lloyd’s of London sued JHSTYLING and accused them of failing to return jewellery that was lent to them for the 2017 Grammy Awards.

In the lawsuit, Katy was allegedly lent $120,000 worth of jewellery from Lloyd’s of London, and after the items weren’t returned, they sued Jamie, responsible for the jewels at the time.

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Lloyd’s of London claimed that a total of 18 pieces of jewellery were delivered but only 14 were returned — the missing pieces included three rings and an earring.

 

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