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Usher Robbed of More Than $1 Million in Jewelry and Electronics

News surfaces today that Usher may not have had the best Christmas ever. According to reports, the R&B singer claims he was robbed right before the holiday when someone broke into his car outside an Atlanta shopping mall.

The incident occurred on Dec. 14, following a stop Usher and a friend made at an AT&T store across the street from the Lenox Square mall in Atlanta, GA. While the two were shopping someone broke into his GMC Yukon and stole a host of Christmas gifts and personal belongings that included $50,000 in furs and clothing, $16,700 in electronics, two computers and more than a million dollars in jewelry.

In addition to loosing the group of valuables, Usher told authorities that he was also worried about a group of unreleased tracks that were located on his computer.

An AT&T employee said she witnessed a man in his early twenties get out of a burgundy Chevy Impala with tinted windows and pop open the door to Usher’s SUV. When contacted by Atlanta news station MyFoxAtlanta the witness declined to comment for fear of retaliation.

Police have no suspects at this time and the incident is still under investigation.

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