Cops Investigate Trespasser Reported at Demi Lovato's L.A. Home


Local authorities are investigating a trespassing incident that occurred at Demi Lovato's Hollywood Hills home.

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On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Police Department responded to a burglary call in the evening at Lovato's residency. According to TMZ, the man, who was wearing all-black and a baseball cap, fled the scene after the Mexican-American singer's dog began barking, alerting the 24-year-old's house manager. The source also told the news outlet that before escaping the man had used a ladder to climb to the balcony of her home, where he was peeping through the former Disney star's bedroom window.

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Thankfully, the pop singer was not present at the time of the trespassing. The brunette beauty was in Boston performing her new single "Sorry Not Sorry," when the incident occurred. 

Looks like Lovato's four-legged children, Batman and Cinderella, saved the day!