Just a few went home with Oscar statues on Sunday, but only one person was lucky enough to go home with Lupita Nyong'o's pearl Oscar gown. The problem? It wasn't Lupita!
The actress, who won Best Supporting Actress last year and presented Best Supporting Actor at Sunday's ceremony, says that the Calvin Klein dress she wore was stolen from her hotel room on Wednesday, People reports.
"A representative of Lupita Nyong'o reported the theft of a Calvin Klein dress that was worn by the actress on the night of the Oscars," Deputy John Mitchell, Acting Watch Sergeant at the West Hollywood Sheriff's Station tells the magazine. "The dress was taken from Ms. Nyong'o's room at the London Hotel in West Hollywood at sometime during the day on Feb. 25. Ms. Nyong'o was not in the room at the time of the theft. The sheriff's department here in West Hollywood and our detectives are investigating."
The gown was adorned with 6,000 pearls and is worth approximately $150,000. A representative for Calvin Klein declined to comment.
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