Christine Quinn, star of Netflix's real estate hit series, "Selling Sunset," had some real-life drama when she returned home from vacation to find her upscale home ransacked.
Sources close to the investigation tell The Blast, Quinn was on a trip overseas, and when she returned home to Beverly Hills last week, realized her high-end jewelry had been cleaned out of the safe in her home.
We're told the burglars targeted Quinn's safe and lifted a pricey Rolex collection.
It's currently unclear how the safe was compromised.
Among the luxury timepieces, we're told the thieves took a President, which featured a diamond bezel, and a Daytona.
We're told various diamond necklaces and earrings were also stolen ... with the total value of the items coming to $328,650.
Unfortunately, the jewelry was not insured.
The house did have cameras on the outside and the inside but because she was out of town for so long the cameras did not store all of the footage.
The Blast obtained pictures of the items and paperwork showing the huge value of the bling.
Quinn filed a report with the Los Angeles Police Department, and appears to think the crime may have been an inside job.
The report, obtained by The Blast, reads "The victim stated she was out of the country. The victims housekeeper was the only person in the house. The victim returned and discovered the property was taken from her safe."
We're told the person who gained access to the safe actually found the safe keys in a hiding spot in the home.
This is another reason police believe this could be an inside job.
We're told there was no forced entry into the house, and the only one with access to the property was Quinn's housekeeper.
We're told investigators are trying to determine if someone made entry into the property, or if perhaps a door was just left unlocked or open.
Sources close to Quinn tell The Blast, the star is "distraught and feels so violated" by the burglary. We're told she has been unable to leave her new home since discovering the crime.
"Selling Sunset" showcases the real estate drama at The Oppenheim Group, a luxury real estate group in Beverly Hills who specialize in pricey deals and affluent clients.
The LAPD is currently investigating the case, but so far there has been no arrests.