Stalker found living in Jennifer Lopez's Hamptons estate
NEW YORK (REUTERS) - A stalker lived in the pool house of Jennifer Lopez's Southampton, New York, mansion for a week while the entertainer was away, according to authorities.
Lopez already had a protective order against the man, John Dubis, 49, a retired firefighter from Rhode Island, before he was found by workers at her home at the beginning of the month, Southampton police said in a statement.
Dubis was arrested and charged with burglary, stalking, criminal contempt and possession of burglary tools, according to police.
His next appearance in Southampton Justice Court is scheduled for Aug. 28, according to the chief court clerk, DeBorah Renee Brathwaite. In the meantime he is being held in the Suffolk County Jail on US$100,000 (S$127,700) bail.