Mar. 27 - The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including Angelina Jolie in Congo to raise awareness over rape in war zones, Justin Bieber accused of battery by neighbor, and Justin Timberlake's album has impressive debut. Lindsay Claiborn reports.
Angelina Jolie spent time at the Heal Africa Hospital in Goma, in the Democratic Republic of Congo on Tuesday (March 26), to raise awareness of rape in war zones. The actress is in the DRC as a special envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner. Jolie was with British foreign secretary William Hague, who says he plans on making the issue of sexual violence in war a priority. Justin Bieber flew from Europe back to his Los Angeles area home and right into an argument with one of his neighbors. Sheriff's deputies were called to his house on Tuesday morning (March 26) after a neighbor claimed that he had been threatened and struck by Bieber. A police report alleging battery and threats by Bieber had been filed and was being investigated. As of yet, no charges have been filed against the Canadian pop star. Bieber continues his world tour in Germany on March 28. Justin Timberlake's first album since 2006 beat expectations, selling more than 968,000 copies in the first week since its release, according to figures released on Tuesday. "The 20/20 Experience" gave Timberlake the top spot on the week's Billboard 200 album chart and marked the singer's best solo effort yet. The heavily-promoted release from the former 'NSync boy band singer had been expected to sell about 750,000 copies in its first week.