Britney Spears And Justin Timberlake Victims Of House Theft

AP reports police arrested four teenage boys Saturday night on burglary charges and grand theft in Destin, Florida, after they broke into a rental home of Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake.

Included in the heist were including more than $5,000 worth of video camera equipment, liquor bottles and clothes.

Perhaps the most interesting part of the story though is that one of the thieves was caught while trying to dub a copy of a stolen videotape that showed “personal” moments between Justin and Britney.

When asked about the alcohol being stolen, Lisa Kasteler, Spears’ publicist replied, “They were vacationing with their families so [the liquor bottles] could’ve belonged to anybody. I think it’s a pretty simple story about breaking and entering.”

Justin Talks Mars/Venus To Arena

September 25, 2001 – Besides the controversial cover of Arena magazine that was pulled, Justin Timberlake was also interviewed and talked of his relationship with Britney in a broader, Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus perspective.

Justin revealed, “That’s why you don’t see girls in elementary school burping and farting, like boys do. They have an understanding of themselves that men don’t have. The problem is that women also have insecurities that men don’t have. Mars lets its mind get in the way of its heart. Venus sometimes lets its heart get in the way of its mind.”

Spears And Timberlake Back Out Of Charity CD

September 20, 2001 – According to Worldpop, Britney Spears and NSYNC’s Justin Timberlake have pulled out of a Michael Jackson’s charity CD in aid of victims of the US terrorist attacks on September 11. Destiny’s Child and of the still are set to appear on the CD.

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One thought on “Britney Spears And Justin Timberlake Victims Of House Theft

  1. caitlin alice kelley says:

    hi Justin iam was wendering if you culd come to my house

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