Intruder Found Living in Jennifer Lopez's Mansion

The man was allegedly stalking J.Lo!

Singer and American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez, 44, had an unwelcome guest in the pool house of her Southamptons mansion.

"John M. Dubis, 49, a former firefighter from Rhode Island, allegedly slept on the pop star's couch, did a little yard maintenance, posted Facebook photos from the property under the name 'David A. Lopez' and left his car parked out front as if he were a welcome guest," stated the LA Times.

The alleged stalker made himself at home for six days before he was noticed by property workers who informed authorities, and shortly after the man was taken into custody.

He was arraigned on charges of burglary, criminal contempt, stalking, and possession of burglar tools.

J. Lo, who purchased the 3-acre mansion in May, thankfully wasn't home the entire time the scary intruder was there. The singer has since gotten an order of protection against Dubis.


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