By: Joy Odor/Kaduna
Rihanna’s Hollywood mansion was monitored by a low-flying helicopter after an alarm was triggered on Monday.
The “Umbrella” singer’s home was kept watch by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) whilst determining what had set off the security system.
The 30-year-old songstress was not on the property at the time of the incident, but it eventually was discovered to be a false alarm.
The LAPD remained posted outside because an intruder spent a night in the mansion in May this year.
The intruder, 26-year-old Eduardo Leon from Orange County, had gained access in an unclear manner but did not take anything from the house. He was arrested for felony stalking and held on $150 000 bail, but later charged with stalking and burglary.
The alarm activated shortly after Rihanna announced the host of her Diamond Ball this year.