Beyoncé's Mom, Tina Knowles-Lawson, Robbed Of $1 Million In Cash, Jewelry

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Beyoncé's mother, Tina Knowles-Lawson, was hit with a burglary at her Los Angeles home last week.

According to TMZ, Knowles-Lawson's team discovered a safe was stolen from her home on Wednesday (July 5) while she was out of town. The vault held over $1 million in cash and jewelry, according to reports.

It remains unclear how the burglars broke into the home and removed the safe. An investigation into the case remains ongoing, and no arrests have been made, per TMZ.

The robbery comes just three months after a man was arrested outside of Knowles-Lawson's home for causing a disturbance and damaging property, including throwing rocks at her mailbox.

Most recently, Knowles-Lawson shared footage from the Toronto show of Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour.

"Love this Camouflage Ivy Park @ivypark fit worn last night on the Toronto Show," the superstar's mother captioned an Instagram post on Sunday (July 9). "[In] love with all of the designs!"

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