Police called to Rihanna's house after man breaks in
This isn't her first rodeo.
What's with all the famous break ins recently, first the Love Island villa and now Rihanna too?
Police were called to Rihanna's house last week after an intruder was reported to have broken in to her home in Los Angeles.
According to TMZ, police officers were called to the singer's rented mansion when her security team learned of a trespasser on the property.
Luckily, Rihanna wasn't home at the time of the incident, so no harm was done directly to the singer.
The reports claim that a man jumped over a perimeter wall but fled the scene before police arrived.
The incident is now under investigation, and this is not the first time something like this has happened to Rihanna.
Back in 2018, Rihanna's home was broken into when her stalker Eduardo Leon trespassed into her home in Hollywood and attempted to spend the night there.
He was arrested at the scene and later pleaded guilty to stalking, vandalism and resisting arrest after the break in.
Sources say he managed to spend 12 hours in her home before one of Rihanna's assistants discovered him and he was arrested.
TMZ also reported that while Rihanna does own the home, she doesn't live in it herself, but rents it out to others which explains why she wasn't home at the time.