A New York judge has ruled that rocker Courtney Love is liable for jewelry that she borrowed to wear to a charity event and never returned.
But Judge Doris Ling-Cohan in Manhattan state Supreme Court said a special referee must determine the value of the two diamond chains and the diamond hoop earrings.
According to the lawsuit filed by jeweler Jacob & Co., Love borrowed the items plus a bracelet to wear to Sept. 22, 2010 benefit in Manhattan. The lawsuit says she returned only the bracelet. Jacob & Co. said the missing jewelry was worth $113,700.
A lawyer for Love did not immediately return a telephone call requesting comment.
The parties are due in court Dec. 2. The ruling was published Friday.
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