Rihanna's Stalker Charged With Vandalism, Burglary And Other Felonies

Rihanna's Stalker Charged With Vandalism, Burglary And Other Felonies

It's unclear exactly what he did the 12 hours he was inside the home, but police told the Los Angeles Times that nothing had been taken.

A man was charged Monday with stalking and other felonies after authorities say he broke into singer Rihanna's Hollywood Hills home and spent about 12 hours inside.

And in 2013, there were two separate attempted break-ins at her LA home.

Rihanna was at the Met Gala just days prior.

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He was arrested the next day after being discovered in the property by the singer's assistant.

Apparently, Leon made himself rather comfortable. It also wasn't his first attempt to illegally enter the musician's home-he allegedly broke into another house nearby earlier last week, under the impression it belonged to the Fenty Beauty mogul.

Eduardo Leon, 26, appeared in a downtown courtroom and pleaded not guilty to one felony count each of stalking, first-degree residential burglary and vandalism and a misdemeanor count of resisting arrest, according to the District Attorney's Office.

His bail has been set at $135,00 and the Los Angeles Police department are still believed to be investigating the specific details of the case.

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