Another robbery! Emmy Rossum's Los Angeles home was burglarized last week, making her the latest celebrity theft victim. (Kendall Jenner, Nicki Minaj and Alanis Morissette have also seen their homes robbed of hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of jewelry and other items in the last two months.) News reports reveal thieves zeroed in on two safes at the "Shameless" star's house. Unfortunately for Emmy, she left the safe codes out in plain view, so burglars didn't even have to struggle to get the goods inside. TMZ said $150,000 in antique jewelry was missing. A housekeeper was the first to notice a crime had taken place. Emmy was in New York at the time of the break in. Now keep reading for more of Wonderwall.com's biggest celebrity news stories of the week…
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Brandy Rusher, who starred on Season 4 of "America's Next Top Model," was shot at a Houston apartment complex on March 26, 2017, and was sent to the intensive care unit in critical condition. Brandy was one of six people who were shot — two others died and at least one was a member of Brandy's family. Police said the gunman used an AR-15 gun and fired off 15 to 18 rounds. On March 28, two brothers were charged with the crime.
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How it went wrong
Late last week, Jodie Sweetin announced that she had split from fiance Justin Hodak. Little was known about the reasoning behind the change of heart. Now we know more of the story: Justin was arrested three times in 10 days. On March 18, Jodie called police after Justin, she told cops, threatened to kill himself. They discovered he had a gun and as a convicted felon, that's a no-no. She was granted an emergency protective order against him. On March 24, Justin was arrested for violating the protective order, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. On March 27, he was busted again for violating the order after cops saw him driving by the "Fuller House" star's home.
Benedict Cumberbatch has become a father again. On March 27, 2017, People reported that the "Sherlock" star and wife Sophie Hunter, a theater director, welcomed their second child together, Hal Auden Cumberbatch. Interestingly, Hal was born on March 3, but the proud parents managed to the keep the news under wraps for almost a month. Benedict and Sophie are already parents to 20-month-old son Christopher "Kit" Carlton Cumberbatch.
And a baby makes five! "Gilmore Girls" star Jared Padalecki and his wife, "Supernatural" star Genevieve Cortese, have welcomed a baby girl. The couple announced the news on Instagram on March 27, 2017, with a photo of their little one, whom they named Odette Elliott. Odette actually arrived on March 17. The couple has two sons already, Thomas Colton and Austin Shepherd.
Christina and Tarek El Moussa don't want to let something as silly as a divorce get in the way of a paycheck. It was reported this week that the former reality TV couple wants to return to "Flip or Flop" for another season. And they may get it. Ratings continued to be strong for the show. Right now, they are reportedly only under contract till the seventh season, which is wrapping up production now, but they seem to think eight will be great. Earlier in March, it was announced that five "Flip or Flop" spinoffs set in five other cities with five new sets of hosts would soon begin airing on HGTV.
Taking on Tyga
Blac Chyna unloaded on her baby daddy this week… No, the other baby daddy. On March 29, 2017, the reality TV star blasted ex Tyga, alleging in a series of Snapchat posts that the rapper is not paying child support for their 4-year-old son, King Cairo. "It's funny now to me," she revealed, "but when Tyga and side [expletive] kicked me out !!! And they wanted to see me fail ! lol … And 2 grind from the dirt !!!!! No child support!" Chyna — who recently split with Rob Kardashian after the birth of their daughter, Dream — continued, saying that she's certain she has a bigger bank account than him and even urged him to tattle on her to the Kardashian family. "So go tell Kylie, and Rob! About our son account," she wrote. "Cause that's the only reason I'm contacting! But u wanna make it like I want u lol!"
Tying the knot?
First comes baby, then comes marriage? One Direction's Liam Payne and British pop star Cheryl Cole are headed down the aisle, according to reports this past week. On March 22, 2017, they welcomed a son. On March 29, Page Six reported that the couple is planning to quietly tie the knot now. The two aren't officially engaged, but that might not stop them. Cheryl "doesn't want a circus," OK! reported. Liam, supposedly, wants a larger affair.
Lamar fesses up
Lamar Odom is finally coming clean about his failed marriage to Khloe Kardashian. In an Us Weekly cover story released on March 29, 2017, the former NBA star — who nearly died 17 months ago in a Nevada brothel — admits Khloe busted him using cocaine two years before she finally left him in 2013 and confirms he cheated on her with multiple women. "If there is one thing I regret when I was married, it was having multiple affairs with different women. That wasn't the stand-up thing to do. I wish I could have kept my d— in my pants," he told the magazine, later saying, "I wasn't a man. That wasn't the man thing to do at all… She didn't deserve that." He discussed the gratitude he felt upon seeing his estranged wife by his bedside when he emerged from a coma, unable to walk or talk, in a Las Vegas hospital in October 2015. He credited her with helping him recover but insists they did not get romantically involved again. "Honestly, at that time I was just blessed to be around her. I wasn't making any more out of it than that," he said, adding, "We haven't been intimate in years." Lamar, who's finally off drugs after completing rehab, also revealed he and Khloe no longer speak and that he no longer wishes they would reconcile. "Nah, that time has passed," he said, adding, "I wouldn't want to hurt her anymore."