Man found living in Jennifer Lopez's pool house arrested for stalking
A man found living in the pool house of Jennifer Lopez’s mansion in the Hamptons, New York has been charged with stalking.
The intruder is believed to have stayed at the property in the upmarket district for as much as week while the “Jenny From the Block” singer was away.
He has been charged with burglary, criminal contempt and stalking.
Lopez already had a restraining order out against 49-year-old John Dubis of Rhode Island, Southampton police said. Information on why the order was obtained wasn't immediately available.
Dubis is being held on $100,000 (£64,000) bail and is due to appear in court on 28 August.
Workers reportedly found Dubis on the three-acre, 8 bedroom Water Mill property, which Lopez bought in May, and called police, according to Newsday.
Lopez has not responded to attempts to contact her for comment.
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