Weird Celebrity News Roundup: Famke Janssen's Creepy Burglar, Lamar Odom's Foot Fetish & More
August 16th, 2013 5:00pm EDT
Weird and unusual things sometimes happen in the lives of celebrities. Here's a roundup of this week's strangest stories...
A burglar broke into Famke Janssen's New York City apartment last week but didn't steal anything. Instead, the intruder simply left the children's book "The Lonely Doll" next to her bed.
Now that's just creepy!
The actress filed a police report and claimed she had never seen the book before or owned it.
But here's the weird part. After going through surveillance video, authorities found no evidence of a break-in at her Soho penthouse, according to The Post. There was also no evidence of a break-in or fingerprints on the book.
Some speculate (jokingly?) that it may all be the work of a ghost.
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Adam Driver, who plays Hannah's (Lena Dunham) oddball love interest Adam in the hit HBO show "Girls," has landed a modeling contract. He stars in Gap's Back To Blue advertisements, and Annie Leibowitz recently did a photo shoot with him for Vogue.
It's weird because Driver isn't exactly a classically attractive specimen. What do you think?
In case you haven't heard, there have been divorce rumors swirling around Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom (which mom Kris Jenner has vehemently denied). The problem is, several women have come forward saying they've slept with the NBA star during his marriage.
Alleged mistress Jennifer Richardson told InTouch Weekly magazine that the basketball player has a foot fetish: "Feet and shoes are his thing. He's an emotional, affectionate, freaky lover."
Ben Affleck reportedly visited Lindsay Lohan during her 90-day court-ordered stint at Cliffside treatment facility in Malibu, Calif., reportedly in order to offer her a part in an upcoming film. The odd couple hung out for about an hour, during which the actor discussed his own trip to rehab for alcohol abuse in 2001.
Despite their meeting, Lindsay "isn't being considered and won't be in" the film "Live by Night," an insider said.
Members of Glasgow City Council in Scotland set out contingency plans to deal with a real life Sharknado after a fan contacted them with an official request for information.
The fan, Rob McMillan, said the council came up with "a relatively good humored and informative response" in case a similar scenario actually occurred.
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