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Intruder Breaks Into Jennifer Lawrence’s Home

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Is it just me or does it feel like all hell broke loose in the world as soon as 2020 turned the corner? The World War 3 almost happened. And the terrifying Australian fires. Also, Megxit happened. I don’t think a Royal Family member has ever gone their separate way. Heck, I didn’t even know you could leave your family. I thought you were stuck with them for life. Well, not if you’re Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. And the world also went gaga over Brad Pitt and ex Jennifer Anniston’s reunion on the Sag Awards red carpet. And to top of all the crazy things, now an intruder has broken into Jennifer Lawrence’s house last Sunday night. Might I add, amidst the COVID-19 outbreak that has the entire planet in a blanket of fear and panic.

Jennifer Lawrence’s House Broken Into?

But don’t worry, J-Law is safe and the intruder has been arrested. LAPD revealed to E! News that they had responded to a trespassing call at 9:15 p.m. As sources revealed to TMZ, upon arriving, they arrested the 23-year-old female who had entered through the front door. But security was able to stop her before she made any contact with Jennifer Lawrence.

“They restrained the suspect,” a source told E! News.

The source also revealed that Jennifer’s husband, Cooke Maroney was home at the time. And you might be wondering to yourself, would you break into a celeb’s house to meet them? Well, I don’t know if you would, but this girl definitely didn’t break into Jennifer Lawrence’s house to meet her. When asked what she was doing at the house, the source said, “The girl didn’t want to meet Jen.”

However, her motives behind the crime are still unclear. But we’re glad Jennifer Lawrence and her husband are safe. That’s one situation handled. Now we gotta do something about 2020 though…

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