KOURTNEY Kardashian was left furious after a new employee stole $5,200 from her.
The 40-year-old was forced to investigate after an iPad, $700 from her purse and $4,5000 from Scott Disck's wallet went missing in her Calabasas home.
The former worker of the reality star went as far as to hack into her phone and read her private messages.
Although Kourtney didn't name the person in question, she revealed that the woman was trusted to be around her children Mason, Penelope and Reign in the house.
She addressed the situation on KUWTK, saying: "I have people in and out of my house all day, people that I trust.
"Something just isn't right."
And Kourtney was right as her assistant said: "Kourt? So, we discovered that there was cash missing from your wallet.
"So, I don't know if you spent it out the other night?"
However, the mum-of-three insisted that she only gave a $20 bill to a valet and that she had thrown a bunch of hundred dollar bills into her bag.
Megan replied: "There's no hundreds there right now."
Sister Khloe appeared to help find a solution, saying: "Is there any chance that you could have lost the money or do you think it fell or."
Kourt added: "It was definitely there. You know when you just know? Like, I know for a fact."
The woman was downstairs when Kourtney worked out what had happened as Khloé suggested they "go f*** her up."
The plot seemingly thickened when Kourtney revealed the worker had also been hacking into her phone.
The star said: "She also hacked everything."
However, when the star confronted the woman, she sped away in her car.
The 40-year-old ordered her staff to change her iTunes password, "debug" the house, and disconnect every home device from her phone.
"I'm proud of us that we caught it two weeks in instead of two years in," she added.
"All we have to do right now is let the police do their thing."
Kourtney said: 'Moving forward, I’m definitely going to be much more aware with anyone coming into my house.
"We've learned a huge lesson. They cannot step foot in here for an interview without us having their social, name and address."
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