Rihanna's stalker reportedly broke into her house, unpacked a bag, and charged his phone -- then stayed for 12 hours

Tim P. Whitby/GettyRihanna’s LA home was broken into in March.
  • Rihanna’s stalker broke into the singer’s house and made himself at home two months ago.
  • Eduardo Leon reportedly unpacked a bag and started charging his phone once he got inside the singer’s Hollywood Hills home as well.
  • He has been charged with stalking, burglary, and vandalism.

A stalker broke inside Rihanna’s LA home and stayed there for 12 hours, US prosecutors have said.

Eduardo Leon, 27, hopped a fence, entered the Barbadian singer’s house, and stayed overnight at the Hollywood Hills house on March 9, the BBC reported.

Rihanna was not home at the time, but her assistant found him the next day and called the police, the Associated Press reported.

According to TMZ, Leon unpacked a bag and started charging his phone after breaking into the property. He also reportedly told police that he had gone to have sex with Rihanna.

Leon was charged with stalking, burglary, vandalism – all felonies – and a misdemeanour count of resisting arrest over the alleged incident at a Los Angeles court on Monday.

He has pleaded not guilty to all the charges.

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