Paris Hilton, Chris Zylka, and the ring, briefly lost and found — a value of approximately $2 million.
Paris Hilton lost her $2 million engagement ring, while she parties on a sprawling Miami club, the New York Post’s Page Six reported on Friday. So troubled was the heiress that she had the security barns of the great hall, to the huge diamond was eventually found in a bucket of ice cream at another VIP table.
The 20-carat diamond engagement ring from fiance Chris Zylka flew from the Hilton finger into the crowd while they danced in the early hours of Friday on industrial former RC Cola Factory in Mana Wynwood, a nearly 50,000-square-foot hall with a 7,000 persons, witnesses told the newspaper.
The VIP area soon became the site of an exhaustive search by Zylka and safety during the Hilton was waiting with tears in their neighborhood. The newspaper said the giant rock was shot in one of the most unlikely place: an ice bucket, two tables away from where Hilton had been partying.
A witness told the Post’s Emily Smith: “Paris was dancing with her hands in the air, and the next minute her giant ring had flown off. She was really in panic as the hall was full and very dark, it was in the early hours of the morning and it was crazy.”
“It was amazing that they managed to even get that huge diamond in a ice bucket. Paris cried from relief when it was safely back on her finger.”