It sounds like Susan Sarandon isn't having the best Monday morning.
That's because someone robbed her New York City home Saturday night and got away with some jewelry, a camera, and a laptop!
Susan's son Miles Robbins was staying in her home, but went out at about 8 p.m. on the night of the incident. When he got home, he could tell that someone had robbed them, so he called the police to report the crime.
The worst part? No one can tell how much was actually taken because Susan isn't in Manhattan to actually assess her belongings, so there isn't much for cops to go on at the moment.
We're sorry, Susan!
We hope that the police are able to track down this scoundrel and get you your stuff back!
[Image via PNP/WENN]
Here's beautiful photographic evidence of what's most likely the first movie selfie EVER taken…
23 years ago!!
Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis reunited to update their iconic Polaroid pic from 1991's Thelma & Louise — but this time, they used a smart phone and uploaded to Twitter!
Hurray for Technology!
Susan captioned the flaw-free snap:
As we reported earlier, Peaches Geldof has died.
The breathtaking beauty, only 25-years-young, was the mother of two babies and a happily married woman to husband Thomas Cohen. That only makes her unexpected passing that much more difficult for most to bear.
Most of our favorite celebs were also some of her biggest fans and they've had understandably sad reactions to the news of her passing.
Here are their heartbreakingly candid Twitter reactions:
Yes! We love when people can’t keep secrets! Ha!
Eva Amurri Martino, aka Susan Sarandon’s daughter, recently announced that she’s expecting a baby with her hubby Kyle Martino, and now we know the gender!
The excited momma couldn’t keep the news in anymore, and posted a pic of some little pink baby shoes next to her own red pumps, tweeting
Remember way back in 1991 when Brad Pitt and his rock hard abs broke into the film industry with a bit part in Thelma & Louise?
Of course you do, it was a watershed moment in cinematic history!!!
What you probably didn't know about his tiny
package part, however, is that the then Z-list actor was only paid $6,000 for his troubles!!
Six grand?! Whaaaaaaat?!
These days that would barely get you a cup of coffee & two hours with a high-end Hollywood escort!! Even back then $6K probably seemed like