Nelly, whose real name is Cornell Haynes Jr., was not home at the time. Police say one of three occupants saw and confronted the intruder, a man in his 20s or 30s.
No one was injured.
Speaking of crime, could Jon Gosselin’s ex-lover Hailey Glassman be the criminal who broke into his Manhattan apartment?
The ex-reality star’s lawyer sure seems to think so.
“Hailey Glassman is going to jail. It’s a simple as that,” Mark Heller, Mr. Gosselin’s attorney, told Radar Online.
Mr. Heller said officials are quickly gathering evidence: fingerprints from a note and knife “speared” to a bureau and a building security tape, the New York Daily News reported Monday.
“The building security tape will not lie, and the evidence will speak for itself,” Mr. Heller told Radar Online.
Mr. Gosselin, the former male star of TLC’s “Jon and Kate Plus 8,” found his bachelor pad ransacked after returning from Christmas with his family.
The perpetrator reportedly didn’t steal anything but damaged expensive items such as Mr. Gosselin’s big-screen plasma TV and a valuable vase.
Miss Glassman, 22, and her parents were questioned by police on Saturday, but Miss Glassman’s attorney told the Web site that someone was trying to frame her.
The former lovers split a few months ago, and Miss Glassman just moved out of the apartment a week ago, the Daily News said.
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