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Pop singer, 28-year-old Jason Derulo is currently away from Los Angeles, and it seems someone has taken advantage of his absence because when a member of his team visited his home last Friday, they realised someone had entered and taken some things from his house, TMZ reports.
Police were called to the property and took a burglary report, but officers have not revealed how someone entered the house or what was taken, because they are waiting for the Talk Dirty hitmaker to return home and identify the missing items.
Jason is the latest in a string of Los Angeles-based stars to have had their homes burgled in recent months.
Other celebrities whose homes have been targeted include Kendall Jenner, Drake, David Spade, Demi Lovato, Scott Disick, Nicki Minaj, Emmy Rossum and Alanis Morissette.
Meanwhile, a few months ago, Jason spent $73,000 at a strip club in one night - and insisted it was a business expense.
The Marry Me singer visited the Ace Of Diamonds club in LA with his friend and music artiste Sincere Show and spent around US$53,000 on alcohol and a further US$20,000 on the strippers.
When quizzed about how much he spent in the club, he guessed "US$53,000" before adding, 'I'm from Miami, this is my lifestyle, this is where I come from.
"I had a motherf***ing amazing time, I had a blast, it was incredible. I felt like I was in Miami."
Jason also insisted his accountant would be receiving a copy of the receipt as he added: "It is definitely a write-off ... 'cause it's a single release party."
According to figures on a receipt from the star, Jason bought five bottles of Ace Rose pink champagne at US$1,400 each, five magnums of 1942 Don Julio tequila at US$2,200 a go, and three magnums of Dom Perignon Luminous at US$7,000 a pop, with an added service charge of US$10,140 and tax at US$4,299.74, bringing his total bill up to around US$53,439.75.
Fuller House bosses have "given up" asking Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to appear on the show.
The 31-year-old twins began their acting career from the age of nine months, sharing the role of Michelle Tanner on Full House from 1987 to 1995, and though the door is always "open" for them to reprise the role on the spin-off show - which is currently airing its third season - producers will no longer be reaching out directly to the fashion designers and have stopped making reference to their absence on the show.
Creator Jeff Franklin told TVLine: "Personally, I've given up asking them. The door is open, but I'm not going to be calling them anymore to invite them. They just don't seem interested in coming.
"It's been three years of invitations, so they know the door is open. It's up to them to decide if they want to come play or not."
The sisters - who haven't acted together since 2004's New York Minute - said before the show was rebooted that they were considering returning to the franchise, but planned to seek advice from their on-screen father, Bob Saget, first.
Speaking after cast member John Stamos revealed the show would be heading to Netflix, Mary-Kate said: "We just found out about it today. I guess we're going to talk to the creators and see what's happening. I'm shocked I haven't heard from John."
Ashley added: "I ran into Bob the other day and we didn't even talk about it. I'm going to call Bob and get his perspective."
However, they were ultimately the only main cast from the original show not to return to the programme.
Full House originally aired from 1987 to 1995 as a comedy series following three men raising three young girls in San Francisco.