KYLE Richards may not have tracked down her late mother's stolen ring after all.
A Tik Tok user shut down the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star on Friday, after Kyle claimed to have spotted a ring she had stolen in 2017, on a photo of a psychic's hands, which was posted by Diane Keaton.
The TikToker, @daddiebrown, responded after reality television star launched a desperate hunt for the stolen heirloom, which was taken from her Encino home as part of a $1 million heist in 2017.
"Hey Kyle Richards, I see this post on Diane Keaton's story about your mother's stolen rings," the user said.
"I just want to clear things up. This ring right there – that's my grandma's ring. She has been working in a pharmacy for over fifty years. Has had those rings for decades. Here are a couple of pictures to prove it."
She went on to show the ring in older pictures, claiming: "These are my grandma's hands at my fifth grade graduation. There's the ring that you've been talking about," she said, adding: "Let me know if you want any more information."
It comes after Kyle, 51, revealed what she thought was a shock discovery in a new Real Housewives Secrets Revealed special.
She explains: "I was looking on Instagram and I saw Diane Keaton – she posted a picture of a psychic's hands on the Third Street Promenade and [she] had my ring on her hand."
The photo, which was posted on Diane's Instagram on July 13 last year, shows a mystery woman's hands covered in gold rings.
Kyle says she reached out to the actress through husband Mauricio Umansky's real estate agency, The Agency.
But Diane was unable to help, explaining that she only stopped to take a picture of the fortune teller's hands because she thought her long black nails were "so interesting."
Kyle went on to enlist a private investigator before teaming up with RHOBH co-star Teddi Mellencamp in an attempt to find the ring.
While she had to give up the search to film the latest season of the hit Bravo show, Kyle said she isn't giving up.
She says: "I want to know if she bought that from someone at a pawn shop, even if I have to buy it back from her, I'm happy to do that."
Kyle was heartbroken when burglars hit the property soon after the couple bought it in 2017.
They struck while the RHOBH star and Maurice were skiing in Aspen with their children and took more than $1million in jewelry and personal items.
Kyle admitted that she almost considered selling the home after the tragedy.
"There was one point after our house was burglarized that I thought, you know, I might have to sell my house," she told Home & Design.
She added: "But then I look at my dogs and see how much they love this house and I think, I could never leave.
"They’re so happy and it makes me so happy sitting out here in the morning having my coffee on the porch in my rocking chair, watching my dogs."
Now she will have to start her search again without any leads.
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