JANE'S ADDICTION's PERRY FARRELL Is 'Devastated And Heartbroken' After Sentimental Jewelry Is Stolen In Burglary

JANE'S ADDICTION's PERRY FARRELL Is 'Devastated And Heartbroken' After Sentimental Jewelry Is Stolen In Burglary

JANE'S ADDICTION singer Perry Farrell is "devastated and heartbroken" after thieves made off with his luggage containing a sentimental item from his father.

Farrell's wife, Etty, broke the news of the theft on Twitter on Thursday (January 3), writing: "As we were moving the heavier pieces of luggages into our house after coming home from our Aspen holiday, we left Perry's carry-on, an Alexander McQueen, on the ledge next to the gate. It wasn't there when we went back for it. 2005 red Toyota Avalon."

Etty's tweet included what appears to be surveillance video of the actual incident. A red car can be seen pulling up to the Farrells' driveway and a woman exits the vehicle from the passenger side. She proceeds to walk up to where Perry's bag was placed and picks it up before running back to her car.

Perry later revealed that his stolen luggage included a piece of jewelry that was of particular importance to him.

"My father made this as a jeweler in the 70s," he wrote in a tweet that contained a picture of the item in question. "It is the ONLY thing /inheritance I have from him. It was in the back that was stolen out of my driveway. Please help me get it back. I am devastated and heartbroken. #santamonica #2005redtoyotaavalon"

Last fall, Farrell signed a deal with BMG to release his forthcoming solo album "Kind Heaven", which is described as a "musical scene-setter for his immersive entertainment destination Kind Heaven."

Slated for release later this year, "Kind Heaven" marks the first solo album from the former PORNO FOR PYROS frontman since 2001.


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