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Timbaland 911 Call - 'We Can't Find Him' / Timbaland Dismiss Possible Suicide Attempt Claims! / Timbaland Gets Robbed for $2 Million Worth of Jewelery...Police Detain him after Fear of Suicide Attempt

CAN YOU BELIEVE THIS? Media outlets have obtained the call that every one is talking about. The Timbaland 911 call, in which his mother-in-law desperately declares an emergency -- stating the rapper/producer was "tired of the stress" ... and noted that he was near a cliff.

TMZ broke the story ... after receiving the call, the L.A. County Sheriff's Department dispatcher sent out a "possible suicide attempt" APB.
A helicopter spotted Timbaland and deputies were sent to his location. Officers then took him home and determined his life was not in danger.

The Sheriff's Department tells TMZ ... "Initial information provided to the Sheriff's dispatch suggested that Mosley [aka Timbaland] might have taken some sort of medication that would make finding him more urgent."

As we previously reported, Timbaland was upset because someone stole his $2,000,000 watch.


-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Timbaland was the subject of a manhunt yesterday after his family believed he was so distraught over the theft of a $2 million piece of jewelry he might harm himself ... this according to law enforcement sources.

According to sources, the L.A. County Sheriff's Department put out a "possible suicide attempt" APB just before 5 PM PT yesterday. A helicopter and squad cars went on the hunt for the rapper/producer's Escalade.

Here's what we're told happened ... Timbaland was on the phone earlier in the day with his brother-in-law ... deeply upset about something. We're told one of the things that was eating at him was a theft at his Malibu residence a day before. Someone had stolen a crazy expensive Jacob & Co. watch -- valued at $2 million -- and Timbaland suspected it might have been someone he trusted.

Timbaland left his home yesterday and began driving. Family members couldn't locate him, became extremely worried and called the Sheriff's Department.

We're told the helicopter located the Escalade, ground crews pulled Timbaland over and began talking to him. At some point they put Timbaland in a patrol car and took him to his residence, where they continued speaking with him and family members.

Deputies called for paramedics to come and evaluate Timbaland. After the evaluation, paramedics determined Timbaland was not a threat to himself and left.

We're told the Sheriff's Department is investigating the theft of Timbaland's jewelry and they have possible suspects.

Timbaland's rep could not be reached for comment.

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Comment by Kay Golds on August 31, 2010 at 6:29pm
A 2 million dollar watch...does the watch turn it a car...better yet a yacht....once again material things cannot make us happy
Comment by steffie on August 30, 2010 at 2:36pm
Its his had earn money however the stupendous ways in which he chose to spend it. Try helping the needy whom cannot help themselves.
Comment by dave wright on August 27, 2010 at 12:34pm
HE WHO PUT HIS TRUST IN VANITY AND HAVE NO LOVE FOR HUMANITY SHALL FADE AWAY....if he worship his material things a.k.a worldly possession more than LIFE its self then he will FADE AWAY U HEAR WAT I SAY...!!!!!
Comment by jennifer on August 26, 2010 at 2:32pm
well well well, that's all i can say ,we as a society is being bombarded with vanity alcohol sex and lies, that we don't even know what's more in important in life anymore... we get so blind sided that we don't even know we're drifting away from our conciousness and moralities... we feel the need to fit in a society that's all about back stabing one another, stealing from oneanother, CONNING eachother just to get ahead in life NO MATTER WHAT THE OUTCOME.. it's ashame cus we all want to give in,IN THE HYPE OF THIS expect the unexpected.. with fame and money comes consequences..... SIMPLICITY IS THE KEY TO LIFE..
Comment by mike terry on August 26, 2010 at 10:55am
whats up with black people and money didn't anyone learn from what happened to mc hammer .Every artist is about how many cars in the garage and the bling. In the end they always end up broke.
Comment by Jah Mikes 84 on August 26, 2010 at 10:01am
Yes this is what happens when you put your trust in material things that dont last forever.. The bible speaks clearly about this. I don't see what he is doing with a two million dollar watch anyway,to showoff. No wonder why people get envious and steal it, you try togain all this materialistic power and end up losing your own soul..the bible is always right people
Comment by vanillapuddindessert on August 26, 2010 at 7:21am
I think he was more upset that he suspected someone he knew and trusted stole from him.
Comment by Oliver F. Sampson on August 26, 2010 at 3:41am
whats with all the judgeing and hating and s***? Why can't this brother own an expensive piece of jewelery without you people being envyous? he earned the money legally so if he want to buy a $10 million piece then that's his business. Instead of being critical try to understand why he would be upset if someone stole the jewelery. I bet you too would be upset if you worked hard for everything you have and someone stole your s***!!
Comment by Terry Wise on August 26, 2010 at 2:18am
materialistic bullshit to the thousand power!!!!!
Comment by dij dol on August 26, 2010 at 12:11am
shema, he probably went nuts when looked over his budget after buying it

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