Cops arrest a man who sneaked into Rihanna’s property to propose to the singer
An overzealous fan of Rihanna was taken into custody after he tried to gain access to the singer’s home to propose to her.
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Man arrested for sneaking into Rihanna’s place asking for her hand in marriage.
Local authorities told TMZ that a man was arrested outside Rihanna’s home for trying to break into the place.
Additionally, they said the man had traveled from South Carolina and wanted to get down on one knee in front of the Barbadian star.
If you don’t know, they apparently traveled to the west coast from the east coast to commit the alleged act.
A man showed up to Rihanna’s house asking for her hand in marriage
The police came and arrested the man. pic.twitter.com/3gAiGpWGgw
— Pop Tingz (@ThePopTingz) March 23, 2023
According to the media, the man tried to walk into the Diamonds singer’s house on March 23rd Thursday to propose the resolution.
However, before he could take a step towards the front door of Rihanna’s home, the security man was stopped.
In addition, security had to call the police after the man told them he was there to ask for the hip hop artist’s hand in marriage.
Afterwards, the man was placed in handcuffs after the police arrived at the scene. Law enforcement then talked to him about sneaking into celebrity homes before he was released.
In addition, police also explained to him that he should never return to Rihanna’s property.
Fans forced entry into Rihanna’s home in 2018
A man named Eduardo Leon was taken into custody for breaking into Rihanna’s home in Los Angeles in 2018.
He said he wanted to spend more time with the now 35-year-old singer.
In addition, it was revealed that Leon had squatted for more than 12 hours inside Rihanna’s house before he was found.
Meanwhile, The Independent reported, the man told police he was waiting for Rihanna to come home so he could have sex with her.
In addition, Leon later pleaded no contest to multiple criminal charges including felony counts of stalking and vandalism. He also received a misdemeanor count of resisting arrest.
After that, the Fullerton man was ordered to stay away from the mother of one for ten years. He also received formal probation for five years and had GPS monitoring for ninety days.
According to Sky News, Leon is also ordered to participate in mental health and drug treatment programs.