Actress Keke Palmer was robbed in Atlanta - thieves stole her $100,000 sports care.

Keke took to Instagram yesterday to reveal that someone stole her car— a brand new Porsche. Keke tried to make light of the robbery - by jokingly comparing her car being stolen to a scene in GTA— the popular gaame Grand Theft Auto.

Palmer told her fans, “If y’all see somebody in the Atlanta area riding around in a Porsche that’s not theirs, it’s because it’s MINE lol. This the craziest thing that’s ever happened to me. GTA, IRL.” 

Keke was allegedly parked in the hood, visiting a friend - when someone ran into her car and drove off with it.

Luckily for Keke she was not harmed. The actress filed a police report, and is hoping that authorities can get her car back.

Here are her posts:

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Palmer’s work after her breakout role as 11-year-old Akeelah Anderson in the 2006 drama “Akeelah and the Bee” has epitomized the makings of a precocious multi-hyphenate: beyond her film career, which also includes 2012’s “Joyful Noise,” the 25-year-old Illinois native starred on TV’s “Scream Queens,” a Ryan Murphy production, and can currently be seen on the Epix spy drama “Berlin Station”; her theater roles include the televised “Grease: Live” and Broadway’s “Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella” as Cinderella herself (she was the first actor of color to play the role in this particular production of the princess classic); she has one proper studio album, her 2007 debut “So Cool,” and another on the way; and in 2017, she wrote a book, “I Don’t Belong to You: Quiet the Noise and Find Your Voice,” documenting her journey thus far.