On July 14, Prokop first hinted at the incident, tweeting, “Gotta love getting robbed in Vegas…#fml.”
Later, he clarified, tweeting that someone had stolen $1,200 from his wallet while he and Hyland were in the hotel pool.
The couple said they reached out to hotel security, who, based on subsequent tweets from Prokop and Hyland, were then unable to solve the issue.
“Wow the ?#mirage? in Vegas sucks security team couldn’t do anything lesson learned NEVER going back!” Prokop tweeted on July 17.
Hyland followed with a similar message on her Twitter account, then claimed the couple had sent the hotel an email about the incident and was awaiting a response.
“You’d think a ‘four diamond award winning resort’ such as @TheMirageLV has security cameras to catch thieves. Won’t ever be staying there,” Hyland blasted.
The Mirage eventually responded to the couple’s allegations on its Twitter account, saying, on July 17:
How did the whole saga end? Celebuzz reached out to a rep for Hyland on Thursday and is currently awaiting a response.
In May, Hyland, 21, revealed to Seventeen that she had received a kidney transplant from her father in April after battling kidney dysplasia her entire life.
During the interview, she specifically thanked her Prokop for helping her recover from the surgery.
“He helps me with my medication and takes me to doctor appointments and all the stuff that I need to do to take care of myself. Any other 21-year-old guy would not be there, I guarantee it,” she said.
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