AceShowbiz - Mandy Moore caught a person stealing parcels from outside her home earlier this week (begin November 19).
The "This Is Us" actress shared a screengrab from her home surveillance mobile app which showed a still image from a camera located in her driveway. In the picture, taken on Tuesday, the lower half of a person can be seen standing besides a stack of three boxes.
"People that steal are the worst. Bad karma, folks," she wrote besides the image on her Instagram Stories.
She then posted a second screengrab which revealed that the parcels had only been dropped off 12 minutes before the alleged theft, and complained to FedEx officials about their delivery driver leaving them on her driveway in plain view of the street without trying to see if she was home first.
"Not to be petty but @fedex - you didn't even try to ring the doorbell. I was home," she wrote. "You just left it for someone to take 10 mins later. It's the holidays! You know this is happening everywhere - be better."
It has been a rollercoaster week for the 34-year-old, who got married to partner Taylor Goldsmith in the backyard of her Los Angeles home on Sunday. She has shared multiple pictures from the big day on her Instagram, showing her walking down the makeshift carpeted aisle in a light pink tulle dress by Rodarte.
However, the evening before the ceremony she lost her pet cat Madeline "very suddenly," leaving her "utterly broken."
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This weekend was a roller coaster of emotions in every way. Sometimes life doesn’t consider that you have big plans underway. Sometimes the earth just falls right out beneath you. We lost our sweet Madeline very suddenly on Saturday evening and my heart is so utterly broken. She had an enlarged heart (it had to be true because there wasn’t a sweeter, more affectionate cat in all the land), blood clots formed and sent her into heart failure. Completely out of the blue. We’re still in shock and processing the pain and grief of this loss but holding her in my arms, making sure she knew she was safe and loved as she took her last breaths will stay with me for the rest of my life. This poor cat would suffer through allergy shots every other day and not blink as we tried to get pills down her throat and then hop up in our laps and purr louder than a car engine. She never held it against us... like she knew we were trying to help her feel better. Animals really are the ultimate teachers. Thank you for the lessons in patience, responsibility and unconditional love, Madeline. Love you, baby girl. Also, #adopdontshop #rescuesarethebest 💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔
"Completely out of the blue. We're still in shock and processing the pain and grief of this loss but holding her in my arms, making sure she knew she was safe and loved as she took her last breaths will stay with me for the rest of my life," she wrote. "Thank you for the lessons in patience, responsibility and unconditional love, Madeline. Love you, baby girl."