AMBER Dowding is “devastated and jarred up” after £900 was “stolen from her handbag” during her birthday party last night.
The Towie star was celebrating with pals at swanky Cafe De Paris nightclub in London when the purported burglary took place.
A source close to the 24-year-old told The Sun Online: “Amber is in floods of tears and is ravaged that someone would have taken that income from her.
“Last night was ostensible to be a fun night out with friends and it’s finished in an awful way.
“Amber can’t stop jolt and it’s worse since her boyfriend Chris Clark is divided at the moment.”
The money, allegedly stolen from the reality star, was given to her by a upholder from Cafe De Paris just mins before it left from her bag.
Amber’s pals explain the nightclub have finished little to support her.
A crony told The Sun Online: “The income was given to Amber in the stairwell of Cafe De Paris by a upholder who’d organized the night for her.
“She asked to go somewhere some-more private but they pronounced it was excellent and counted the income out in front of other revellers before giving it to her in an envelope.
“Only the pouch with the income went blank – whoever took it left her purse and phone untouched.
“She’s contacted the police but since the nightclub are observant there is no CCTV inside, it’s doubtful anything can be finished to locate who did this.
“It’s not about the income for Amber, it’s the fact someone rifled by her effects – it’s really dissapoint her.”
Amber’s representative told The Sun Online: “We were so endangered to hear that Amber had been the victim of crime in what is ostensible to be one of Londons top nightclubs.
“For there not to be sufficient CCTV coverage in today’s meridian is simply unsuitable and impossibly dangerous.
“Luckily this was just income that was stolen on this occasion. We wish Cafe de Paris looks at augmenting their confidence via the venue after this incident.
“The MET police have been really supportive. Amber has been understandably very, very jarred up at the suspicion of someone intentionally hidden income from her purse while she enjoyed a night out with her friends to applaud her birthday.
“It’s unsatisfactory that the nightclub haven’t finished some-more to help and also that they didn’t do some-more to protected ensure her confidence while she was there, as their guest that night.”
The Sun Online has contacted a representative for Cafe de Paris for comment
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