An NFL Player Was Robbed of $400,000 Worth of Jewelry on Sunday Night After Bringing a Woman Back to His Hotel Room in Miami

What a heist.

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New York Giants defensive end Shaun Rogers is probably wishing he had made his way back to his hotel room at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami by himself on Sunday night. Because, if he had, he would still have all the jewelry he took to South Beach with him this week.

According to police, Rogers spent Sunday night partying at LIV in Miami, before he exited the nightclub with a female that he had met that night and made his way back to his room. Once he got there, he removed several high-priced items of jewelry—including $100,000 diamond earrings, two watches worth $160,000, and a $50,000 gold necklace—and put them into the room's safe. But, when he woke up the next morning, both the female that had spent the night in his room and his jewelry were missing.

Police are now trying to track down the woman to ask her about the missing jewelry. But, we hope Rogers had a decent insurance policy for the jewelry, because there's a good chance he might not see any of it again.

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[via NESN]

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