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Trespasser arrested at Selena Gomez's Calabasas home

Selena Gomez in Oakland, CA speaks about youth empowerment to 16,000 students and educators at the first We Day California at ORACLE Arena on March 26, 2014 in Oakland, California.
Photo by Steve Jennings

Selena Gomez's home in Calabasas has been targeted by a trespasser.

Last night, as Gomez enjoyed her new 5-bedroom, 7,200 sq. ft. home, a man wandered around her property before making his way to her front door.

According to a March 31 report by TMZ, Gomez and one of her friends arrived to the home last night and heard a strange noise, which led Gomez to call for her security. But before security was able to investigate where the noise was coming from, Gomez's doorbell rang.

When Gomez's friend answered the door, the 21-year-old man asked if she was home. After being told that she wasn't, the man went on his way. However, when police arrived, they discovered the man had broken into Gomez's guest house and charged him with burglary and trespassing.

In the last few years, Gomez has, unfortunately, dealt with her fair share of scary situations such as this. In Oct. 2011, Gomez filed for a restraining order against Thomas Brodnicki, claiming the man was harassing her, telling her he had spoken to God about killing her, and revealing that he showed up to her workplace at least three times. In Aug. 2013, one fan, who was said to be "obsessed" with the star, was convicted of killing his family.

Just this year, Gomez has already been involved in two separate incidents (not including last night's) with two different men. The first happened on Jan. 25, 2014, when a 19-year-old man was arrested for lurking around Gomez's Tarzana home. The second involved Brodnicki, who violated his restraining order by emailing Gomez in Feb. 2014.

The man from the Calabasas trespassing case is currently being held on $50,000 bail.