Rihanna tries to recover jewellery lost on night of Chris Brown scuffle

The pieces are valued at $1.4 million

Rihanna is attempting to recover the jewellery she lost the night she was allegedly beaten by Chris Brown.

The pop star filed a motion on Tuesday (April 21) asking the Los Angeles Police Department to return the jewellery they confiscated as evidence in the case. The earrings and three rings are valued at $1.4 million.

Rihanna wore the jewellery to Sony Music boss Clive Davis‘ pre-Grammy party on February 7, just before the alleged beating occurred. According to the papers filed in the case, the pieces were loaned to the singer by four companies that have since asked for the jewellery back, reports the Associated Press.

As previously reported, Brown was arrested on February 8 in Los Angeles while the Grammys were underway. He was later charged with felony assault and making criminal threats.

–By our Los Angeles staff.
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