They say something will always go wrong on your wedding day. For singer Michael Buble, it was getting robbed.
As Buble and Argentine television star Luisana Lopilato exchanged vows on Saturday, thieves were ransacking their Buenos Aires house, where they’d managed to trip the security system.
If you feel like you’ve been hearing about tons of celebrities getting burglarized lately, it’s not your imagination — maybe it’s the economy, maybe it’s the increasingly many means of tracing their whereabouts, but the last year has been bad for stars’ security.
Just last month, Madonna's London home was robbed by a stalker while she was in the U.S. attending her grandmother's funeral. The thief was arrested in Poland -- while still carrying some of Madge's things on his person.
A thief figured out where Tampa Bay Rays star Evan Longoria was renting with teammates David Price and Reid Brignac during spring training. Then he evidently just checked the game schedule and hit up the house during a time the guys were playing, lifting more than $50,000 in goods, including an AK-47.
In November, Knightley walked red carpets at the Rome Film Festival -- and burglars promptly took the opportunity to steal computers from her $2 million London apartment.
'Harold and Kumar' star turned White House advisor Kal Penn was relieved of his cell phone when a man robbed him at gunpoint last April.
Kendrick's Seattle home was robbed of stereo equipment, five flatscreens, a framed Ken Griffey, Jr. jersey and Kendrick's own World Series ring, which was estimated to be worth $40,000 alone.
Bobcats star Jackson's wife, Renata, was at home when two armed men broke into the couple's $1.7 million Charlotte home, tied her up in the bathroom, and made off with items including a ruby-encrusted watch and Louis Vuitton wallet.
Kate Moss and her boyfriend were al seep in their London home last May when, around 4 a.m., burglars slipped art off the walls of her apartment. The lost pieces included a Banksy painting worth $115,000.
In August, Heche returned to her L.A. home to find that it had been picked clean of iPods, computers, jewelry, cameras and her 8-year-old son's Wii.
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