RiRi's Neighbors Tell Singer -- We Don't Want To Live Next To You!
Poor Rihanna can't catch a break.
RiRi's neighbors in the Pacific Palisades are rallying against her, in the wake of the dramatic arrest of a man who broke into the singer's $12 million property on Thursday.
“We never wanted Rihanna to move here in the first place," one neighbor, who wished to remain anonymous, told Celebuzz.
TMZ, the trespasser was confronted by neighbors who were suspicious of his presence on the property. He was apprehended and held until police arrived on the scene to take him into custody.
“It was very scary," the neighbor added. "Our neighborhood was on lockdown and helicopters were buzzing around and all of a sudden a ton of cops showed up."
Worryingly, law enforcement sources said that the suspect had told police that he'd been emailed instructions on how to get into the home.vacationing in Hawaii with on-again, off-again boyfriend Chris Brown to celebrate her 25th birthday.
Added the neighbor: “You know, nobody as ever seen Rihanna at that house. The place has been totally quiet since she bought it – there have been no limos, no parties, absolutely nothing.
“Her property is very secure and secluded -- it would be very hard for anyone to break into that particular home.”TMZ, Zentil Vanzellas spent 277 days in jail after he was convicted of stalking the singer back in 2010. According to court records, the judge deemed Vanzellas a "credible threat" and acknowledged that the 25-year-old had reason to fear him.
And in December an unidentified German man got within a few feet of the singer while she was vacationing in her native Barbados. Police later determined that the tourist did not realize he was on the superstar’s property.
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