One might think that with an outfit of paparazzi following Charlize Theron’s every move, thieves and robbers would steer clear of her well-monitored pad. But as fellow Hollywood leading ladies like Uma Thurman can attest, some people just don’t get it. At least that was the unfortunate case for the 32-year-old Monster star, whose privacy was recently violated in a major way. Police spokesperson Sara Faden has now confirmed that Ms. Theron’s Hollywood-area home was broken into last week. She could not say, however, if any of the Academy Award winner’s possessions had actually been taken. But considering the actress’ sky-high status and innumerable fans, a robbery-less break-in might be creepier than if some Wedgwood and a candle stick or two had been snatched. Amanda Silverman, Ms. Theron’s publicist, had not responded to press inquiries as of yesterday. Ms. Theron’s next film, Bill Maher’s Sleepwalking, opens on March, 14.