The staff came to know about the missing Dior jewellery two days later. Dior bosses, who made the jewellery especially for the Lohan"s article and loaned it for the shoot, are said to be livid. “There have been no arrests at this stage. We will speak to a number of people in connection with the inquiry," the Sun quoted a Met Police spokeswoman as saying.
A source added: “Jewellery is often loaned out for big celebrities to wear on fashion shoots. Police are working out who had them when they went missing. People at Dior are very upset. It"s an embarrassment to the mag."