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Katy Perry's $120,000 Missing Jewelry Lawsuit Dropped

By Ryan Naumann

The legal battle against Katy Perry’s stylist over $120,000 worth of missing jewelry has been dismissed.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the insurance company Lloyd’s of London has dismissed all claims against the fashion company, JHSTYLING, which is run by Katy’s personal stylist, Jamie Schneider Mizrahi.

JHSTYLING had yet to respond to the allegations in the complaint

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Back in February, Lloyd’s of London sued JHSTYLING, accusing them of failing to return jewelry lent to the singer for the 2017 Grammy Awards.

The suit claimed Perry was lent a ton of pieces for the Grammys but some pieces weren’t returned.

They sued her stylist (who was responsible for the jewels) for $120,000.


Lloyd’s insured a company named Firestar Diamonds, who manufactures a brand of jewelry called Nirav Modi, which specializes in making diamond jewelry. Nirav Modi regularly loans jewelry for celebrities to wear at big events through a third-party PR firm or direct to the celebs.

Katy Perry’s stylist arranged for the singer to select jewelry from an assortment of Nirav Modi’s line and they were delivered to the PR firm.

Lloyd's claimed a total of 18 pieces of jewelry were delivered but when only 14 were returned, leaving four unaccounted for. The lost pieces included three rings and an earring.


Perry wore an assortment of jewelry on the red carpet of the 2017 Grammy Awards and at an afterparty but it is unclear which pieces the lawsuit is referring to.

Lloyd’s sued $120,000, which they claimed was the damage from the lost jewelry.

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