A few days ago, Lori Harvey‘s car was robbed in an Atlanta parking lot. But she managed to get away unharmed, and things turned out well in the end. But now people accuse Lori of having actually staged her “car robbery” for clout!
The attempted car theft happened last Wednesday night in Atlanta as Steve Harvey‘s daughter parked her brand new Rolls Royce at an apartment complex. She made her way to the trunk to get some stuff, and the suspect crept up on her and ran to jump in the driver’s seat.
According to the police reports TMZ obtained, Lori told cops the suspect was a young black guy who tried to steal her car. But she was not having it. And she reportedly ran towards him and struggled with him, but he pushed her away. But she told the police she realized she could walk away with the key fob and he couldn’t drive away without it.
But now a website is suggesting that Lori may have “faked” the whole thing, just like Jussie Smollett‘s case in Chicago.
And Blind Gossip shared the following: “Sometimes, like in the Jussie Smollett case, they have to piece together surveillance tapes from multiple locations over a large area to try to get the full picture or what happened. There is a female celebrity who is the daughter of a male TV star. She is gaining her fame from dating male celebrities from the music world.”
And what was suspicious for them was that “She was the victim of a frightening crime. Fortunately, there was a security camera trained directly on the scene of the crime.”
But there’s something that doesn’t match. The website continued that they checked with a security expert, and they claim that “This video tape does not make sense at all. It is very shaky. It follows the action, but not in a programmed pattern. A human is definitely controlling the camera’s movement. However, it would be highly unusual for a human to be controlling a security camera in a small parking lot. There’s something off about it. Given the camera’s focus directly on the crime, the shakiness of the footage, and the way the action is followed, it looks like this video is from a handheld camera.”