Tony Soprano would not take kindly to this type of behavior.
Just when we thought the blow of beloved Sopranos star James Gandolfini's death was starting to soften, new news has emerged that packs an additional punch.
TMZ reports that immediately following James' death, the actor was robbed of some very expensive and sentimental personal property.
According to an insurance filing by James' inner circle, the actor's prized Rolex Submariner watch was stolen from the hotel room in Rome where he was staying with his family when he passed.
There's no mention of any other items being taken, nor are there signs of forced entry, leading investigators to believe that it was stolen soon after his death, when people were coming in and out of the actor's room with some frequency.
In addition to the case of the missing watch, there has been plenty of drama following the star's death in terms of divvying up his estimated $70 million fortune.
James' wife at the time of his death, Deborah Lin, and his ex-wife, Marcy, are reportedly duking it out over the star's money and goods, although James' son, Michael, is said to have first pick of his father's multiple luxury homes and other assets.