Just after it was revealed in the latest episode of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" that over a hundred thousand dollars worth of Lamar Odom's jewelry was stolen from Khloe Kardashian's home, the family has been victimized by yet another theft. Scott Disick and partner Kourtney Kardashian have reported a theft of $4,000 in cash from their South Hampton rental home.
The Kardashians have rented a home along Noyac Road in South Hampton and a police report was filed on July 8, 2014 stating that $4,000 in cash has been found missing from an attaché case owned by Scott Disick which was kept inside his bedroom in the rental home.
The theft is suspected to have taken place between July 1 and July 4 according to 27east.com, a local Hamptons news Web site.
Kourtney and Scott along with their kids and sister Khloe are in the Hamptons to shoot a spin-off of their reality series this summer. The new installment of the Kardashian clan's reality empire will be called "Khloe and Kourtney Take the Hamptons" in line with other previous spin-offs filmed in New York City and Miami. The entire family and the original series is based in Calabasas, California.
Scott is actually a native of the Hamptons and the family had been filmed visiting his parents there in previous seasons of the reality show. When both his parents died within months of each other in the end of 2013, he was left with the home and was seen discussing plans for his parents' estate with Kourtney in an earlier episode this season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." The pair discovered a Modigliani painting which they thought was authentic and could cost hundreds of millions. To their disappointment, the painting was fake and they have to settle with the millions that they already have.
Members of the family have been photographed in the home and elsewhere in the Hamptons since shooting started roughly a month ago and when other members of the family came to visit from New York after celebrating Khloe's birthday.
The sisters are also in the Hamptons to oversee the operations of a new DASH store, the retail fashion boutique that the sisters run in various locations around the country which they have recently opened in the East End at Jobs Lane.