A man was detained by the police on Tuesday, June 18, after he allegedly trespassed Rihanna's Pacific Palisades home when she was away. Officials told Los Angeles Times that private security guards on Rihanna's property near Rivas Canyon Road and West Sunset Boulevard spotted the man on the roof of the singer's house on Monday at 10 P.M. and made a report to the police.
The security guards held the man while they were waiting for the police. According to TMZ, the 26-year-old man insisted that he did not know it was Rihanna's house. The cops said that the alleged trespasser had Google Map of the area displayed on his phone at that time. The man was still under custody with $2,882 bail.
Unfortunately, it was not the first time Rihanna experienced an incident related to stalker fan. In February, a man was caught by security guards after sneaking into a house which belonged to Rihanna's neighbor, thinking that it was hers. The man, Steveland Barrow, claimed that he was invited to Rihanna's home and he wanted to give her poetry.
The police said that Barrow stole "a few personal items," slept in one of the beds thinking it was hers, and possessed some poetry to get her attention. In March, the court granted restraining order against the crazed fan. According to the ruling, Barrow must keep his distance at minimum 100 yards from the singer for three years. Rihanna was in Hawaii celebrating her birthday with Chris Brown when Barrow was arrested.