Sticky-fingered actress Winona Ryder mysteriously lost a diamond-encrusted bracelet and ring worth more than $125,000, according to a published report.
Ryder told Bulgari jewelers that she misplaced their gems, which had been out on loan, after wearing them at a Marie Claire bash in Madrid on Sunday, according to the French celebrity-news magazine Voici.
Convicted in 2002 of shoplifting in Beverly Hills - claimed she lost the precious stones after handing them in an envelope to her hotel's front desk for safe keeping.
But Voici reported no hotel surveillance cameras captured Ryder giving the jewels to front-desk personnel.
Bulgari has asked police in Madrid to investigate, according to Voici.
A representative for the actress did not return phone and e-mail messages seeking comment last night.
A US-based spokeswoman for the famed Italian jeweler confirmed that the company had loaned gems to Marie Claire magazine for event organizers to then lend to celebrity partygoers.
The Bulgari representative declined to discuss Ryder or say whether any jewels were missing.
Ryder gained her reputation as a five-finger discounter in 2002, when a Los Angeles County jury convicted her of swiping $5,500 worth of goods from a Saks Fifth Avenue.
Her arrest at the Beverly Hills Saks Fifth Avenue in December 2001, led LA prosecutors to find that Ryder had been caught taking unpaid-for goods before - at Barneys in Manhattan in 2000 and 2001, and at Neiman Marcus in Beverly Hills in 2001.
She wasn't charged with crimes in either of those incidents.
Ryder was sentenced to probation, which she completed without incident.
Ryder's European trip got off to a shaky start last week, when the actress fell ill on a Los Angeles-to-London flight, forcing pilots into a fast landing at Heathrow Airport.
Medics greeted the 37-year-old actress at the gate and rushed her to a west London hospital, where she was treated and released within hours.
Ryder's representative said the actress was fine, but didn't elaborate on what ailment she had suffered.