Rob selling home he shared with Kristen

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Jennifer Milbrett,Buzz

The saga of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart isn't over yet.

Rob, 26, who joked to Jimmy Kimmel last week that he was "homeless," really might be without a place to lay his sparkly head.

According to Us Weekly, Rob is planning to sell the $6.3 million Los Angeles house that he and Kristen, 22, shared.

The pair have yet to be seen together since photos emerged of Kristen cheating on her "Twilight" co-star with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director, Rupert Sanders, 41. But neither party has officially moved out of the home.

"He said there are too many memories," a source told Us of the Los Feliz house the couple have shared since 2011.

Another Us source tells the mag that Rob isn't mad. "He just doesn't get why she did it."

As for Kristen, she is allegedly "close to a total meltdown. ... She isn't sleeping and she stays up all night crying."

Will Tameka appeal custody ruling?

The heated custody battle between Usher and his ex-wife, Tameka Foster, appeared to be done last week when a judge awarded Usher primary custody of the former couple's two young sons.

But according to MTV.com, Tameka might be planning to appeal the decision.

And TMZ has reported that the former Mrs. Raymond believes the judge was biased, because the lawfirm Usher hired threw a fundraiser for the judge in 2008.

After the ruling, Tameka tweeted, "Money can buy many things... But in the end. Truth & goodness will prevail."

The details of the decision, including what visitation rights Tameka was granted, have not yet been released.

Supporting Prince Harry: Third in line receives thousands of naked salutes

Prince Harry has been in the middle of a royal scandal ever since TMZ posted leaked photos of him partying in Las Vegas last week with nothing on but a smile.

Now, a Facebook campaign called "Support Prince Harry with a naked salute!" has been joined by tens of thousands of people. Fans of Harry who have submitted nude photos range from young women to male soldiers. Some photos even include animals or babies saluting the spare heir.

And according to the New York Daily News, photos have been posted from around the world. The United States, Brazil, Israel, Italy and Netherlands are just a few countries being represented on the site.

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