Actress Roseanne Barr and her husband filed a $145 million lawsuit Thursday against the National Enquirer and the Star, alleging the tabloids illicitly obtained love letters stolen from them. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, accuses the tabloids of invasion of privacy, possession of stolen property, copyright infringment and infliction of emotional distress for publishing excerpts from four letters. The suit accuses the Enquirer of paying its "agents" thousands of dollars to steal the personal effects of celebrities as part of a nationwide racketeering conspiracy. Barr wrote the letters to her husband, Tom Arnold, shortly before the couple was married Jan. 20. Excerpts from the letters were printed in the Star and the Enquirer.