Paris Hilton’s search for her chihuahua reportedly ends in tragedy after promising $10,000 reward

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By Phoebe Egoroff

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Paris Hilton's search for her missing chihuahua, Diamond Baby, has reportedly ended in tragedy - after the heiress offered up a $10,000 reward for her pet's safe return.

After having last seen the little canine on September 14, the 41-year-old announced her beloved chihuahua was missing on September 20 in a lengthy Instagram post, writing: "This is so incredibly hard for me to post because I've been at a loss of words. Diamond Baby has been missing since last Wednesday. I was at a photoshoot and we're moving houses and one of the movers must have left a door open."

The world-famous DJ detailed the lengths she had gone to in order to locate her cherished pooch, continuing: "My family and friends have been helping me search high and low throughout my entire neighborhood and have gone door to door but we still haven't found her. We have hired a pet detective, a dog whisperer, a pet psychic and looking into dog finding drones now. I'm doing everything in my power to get her back."

"Anyone who has ever loved a pet and lost a pet will understand this pain that I'm feeling - My heart is broken. I have been in tears, so sad and depressed. I feel like part of me is missing and nothing is the same without her here," Hilton continued.

She added that she and Diamond Baby were "inseparable," and that she was her "best friend." The New York native also wrote that she had been a little apprehensive to put out an APB to the public given that she feared for her pet's safety.

"I'm desperate and the more time that passes, the farther away I feel from the chances are of me getting her back," her post concluded.

Prior to the announcement, a source had told The Mail on Sunday: "It's not looking good. It's been a massive hunt with global publicity, but we've not had a single sighting. Usually in a case like this there are multiple sightings if a dog is roaming loose."

Sadly, Hilton's 18-day search has been in vain - despite hiring private pet detectives, pet psychics, dog-finding drones, and professional dog trackers. Now, experts believe she was snatched by a coyote.

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Hilton's 18-day search has been in vain - despite hiring private pet detectives, pet psychics, dog-finding drones, and professional dog trackers. Now, experts believe she was snatched by a coyote. Credit: WENN Rights Ltd / Alamy

Per the Daily Mail, Diamond Baby had been living in a $310,000 doggie mansion in the backyard of Hilton's Mulholland Estates property, and sported a $40,000 diamond-encrusted collar.

Hilton last posted about Diamond Baby on her Hilton Pets Instagram page on September 23, writing that she would ask "no questions" upon her pooch's return.

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Paris Hilton’s search for her chihuahua reportedly ends in tragedy after promising $10,000 reward

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By Phoebe Egoroff

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Paris Hilton's search for her missing chihuahua, Diamond Baby, has reportedly ended in tragedy - after the heiress offered up a $10,000 reward for her pet's safe return.

After having last seen the little canine on September 14, the 41-year-old announced her beloved chihuahua was missing on September 20 in a lengthy Instagram post, writing: "This is so incredibly hard for me to post because I've been at a loss of words. Diamond Baby has been missing since last Wednesday. I was at a photoshoot and we're moving houses and one of the movers must have left a door open."

The world-famous DJ detailed the lengths she had gone to in order to locate her cherished pooch, continuing: "My family and friends have been helping me search high and low throughout my entire neighborhood and have gone door to door but we still haven't found her. We have hired a pet detective, a dog whisperer, a pet psychic and looking into dog finding drones now. I'm doing everything in my power to get her back."

"Anyone who has ever loved a pet and lost a pet will understand this pain that I'm feeling - My heart is broken. I have been in tears, so sad and depressed. I feel like part of me is missing and nothing is the same without her here," Hilton continued.

She added that she and Diamond Baby were "inseparable," and that she was her "best friend." The New York native also wrote that she had been a little apprehensive to put out an APB to the public given that she feared for her pet's safety.

"I'm desperate and the more time that passes, the farther away I feel from the chances are of me getting her back," her post concluded.

Prior to the announcement, a source had told The Mail on Sunday: "It's not looking good. It's been a massive hunt with global publicity, but we've not had a single sighting. Usually in a case like this there are multiple sightings if a dog is roaming loose."

Sadly, Hilton's 18-day search has been in vain - despite hiring private pet detectives, pet psychics, dog-finding drones, and professional dog trackers. Now, experts believe she was snatched by a coyote.

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Hilton's 18-day search has been in vain - despite hiring private pet detectives, pet psychics, dog-finding drones, and professional dog trackers. Now, experts believe she was snatched by a coyote. Credit: WENN Rights Ltd / Alamy

Per the Daily Mail, Diamond Baby had been living in a $310,000 doggie mansion in the backyard of Hilton's Mulholland Estates property, and sported a $40,000 diamond-encrusted collar.

Hilton last posted about Diamond Baby on her Hilton Pets Instagram page on September 23, writing that she would ask "no questions" upon her pooch's return.

Featured image credit: SOPA Images Limited / Alamy