Jillian Michaels plans to take legal action against a moving company that she claims stole $30,000 worth of her property.
The former "Biggest Loser" trainer has also filed a police report.
According to TMZ, Jillian claims she hired a company, FlatRate Moving and Storage, for her cross-country move from Los Angeles to Miami in early June. The company, she alleges, picked up the items in March and stored them in a facility in Miami. However, she argues that some of her clothes, tools and outdoor furniture were missing when everything arrived. All told, she estimated the property to be worth $30,000.
Plus, Jillian says that of the items that actually did arrive to her new home, about 80 percent of them were damaged due to careless packing on the moving company's part.
Miami Police are investigating the stolen goods claim, and Jillian has already gotten a lawyer and reportedly plans to file a civil lawsuit against the movers.
A rep for the moving company told TMZ, "FlatRate Moving is grateful for all of the people and companies that continue to choose us to help them with their moves and privileged to be the moving company of choice for customers of notoriety such as Ms. Michaels. FlatRate Moving has been in constant contact with Ms. Michaels and her representatives and is confident that we will reach an amicable resolution."