Trespasser Arrested at Rihanna’s $12million Home
A man was caught by the singer’s security team as he attempted to scale the wall surrounding her plush Pacific Palisades mansion at 11am on Friday morning.
The would-be home invader fled the scene, but police caught up with him a mile away from the superstar’s $12 million property.
This comes after a group of burglars tried to break into Rihanna’s home last weekend – only to be thwarted by the burglar alarm, which was set off when they threw a chair through a sliding glass door.
It appears the trespasser could be one of the original gang as he looked ‘very much’ like one of the suspects when police reviewed the security footage from the first break-in.
The 25-year-old star wasn’t at home during either of the incidents since she is currently on the Australian leg of her Diamonds world tour.
This is not the first time that Rihanna has been troubled by uninvited visitors at her home, which is located in an exclusive neighbourhood with Seal, Heidi Klum and Tom Brady as neighbours.
In December a man was found trespassing at Rihanna’s Barbados home, and got within a few feet of the singer before security intervened.
A few months later in February a stalker attempted to break into the star’s home but mistakenly entered her neighbour’s property.
Then in June a man was caught by them singer’s security team after he was spotted creeping around on her roof.
Rihanna debuted her new music video for Pour It Up this week which was met with criticism due to its explicit nature.
The video which features pole dancers, strippers and lewd dance moves was originally posted by Rihanna on Vevo, a video sharing site, but was soon banned. The site has since reinstated it.