Knicks forward Derrick Williams’ treasure trove of stolen jewelry included four Rolex watches, an Audemars Piguet timepiece and a gold Versace “Jesus” medallion, The Post learned on Sunday.
The bling-loving baller took two party girls home from a Meatpacking District nightclub early Saturday and woke up to find they had run off with $750,000 in high-end goods from his Tribeca bachelor pad, law enforcement sources said.
The women allegedly grabbed a $6,000 Louis Vuitton jewelry case containing some 20 items, which also included an Apple Watch, diamond bracelets and several chains, according to the sources.
Williams, 24, told the NYPD that he met the thieving women while partying with friends at the Up & Down club after the Knicks’ Friday night victory over the Philadelphia 76ers.
The women — who may have been using fake names — accompanied an entourage back to Williams’ apartment, where they allegedly raided his closet.
Cops were reviewing surveillance video Sunday to see if Williams was victimized by the same two hookers who stole a $590,000 wristwatch and $6,000 in cash from Beverly Hills watch dealer Steven Rostovsky at the Baccarat Hotel in Midtown this month.
An NYPD source estimated that at least 100 female crooks specialize in ripping off men after meeting them in nightclubs.
“A lot of times, they are just straight-up prostitutes, but if the guy is drunk or falls asleep, then tough luck,” the source said. “Some will drug the guys.”
Many of the thieves try to avoid getting caught by traveling around the country to target victims.
“Some girls know each other, so it’s like a loose group, but a lot are working alone or with friends,” the source added.
Meanwhile, on Sunday, the former No. 1 draft pick was so embarrassed over losing his jewels that he ruined a late lunch rather than face The Post.
Williams spent much of the afternoon holed up with a lawyer inside his apartment. He had a pizza delivered around 4 p.m., but the shame-faced hoopster was so intent on avoiding The Post — which exclusively revealed the jewelry ripoff on Sunday — that he opened his front door only a crack for the pizza box.
Whoever accepted the box had to slide it inside vertically.
“I think the pizza’s ruined,” the deliveryman said.
A courier delivering a package to Williams’ apartment earlier in the day said he got stiffed on a tip. The courier said he preferred Brooklyn Nets player Joe Johnson.
“[Johnson] is cool. He once tipped me 50 bucks!” the man said.
Additional reporting by Tom Wilson