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Controversial Dallas cop claims she was robbed at husband's gravesite

Dallas police Lt. Regina Smith seen on her former website, in one of several images that led to her being placed on administrative leave
BigRushin.com via CBS DFW

(CBS) FORT WORTH, Texas - A high-ranking Dallas police officer who is on administrative leave over her provocative online behavior says her car was robbed while she visited the grave of her husband, who was also a cop.

According to CBS DFW, Lt. Regina Smith claims she heard a door slam and saw a car race away as she placed a flower on the headstone of her husband, Senior Corporal Norman Smith, who was killed in the line of duty in 2009.

In a police report, Smith says an iPad, iPhone, cash, $400 wallet, $1500 Burberry purse, and $200 cosmetic bag were stolen. Smith could not give a description of the thieves' car.

Smith was previouslyy placed on administrative leave after posting a video online, in which she was dressed provocatively and fired a gun. In the video, she calls herself "Lucille Baller," while promoting her own private record label, named after her husband.

The website, BigRushin.com, was shut down after Lt. Smith was placed on leave.

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