Rihanna wants police to return approximately $1.4 million in jewelry she wore the night Chris Brown was accused of attacking her, the Associated Press reports.
Police seized a pair of earrings and three rings the night of Feb. 8, according to a motion filed Tuesday by the singer's attorney, Donald Etra. The jewelry was on loan by four companies, which want them back.
Etra stated that Brown's attorney did not object to the return of the jewelry and that both sides have agreed photographs of the items would suffice if the case goes to trial.
Brown has pleaded not guilty to charges of assault and making criminal threats. He is due back in court April 29.