An intruder has been arrested following a break-in into Madonna's London home while the singer and her children were in the U.S. at her grandmother's funeral.
The intruder, Grzegorz Matlok-a Polish national who is believed to have stalked Madonna before-was discovered by Madonna's security team and wrestled to the ground after he broke in through a window of her Marylebone home. He has been charged with burglary, according to RTTNews.
The 29-year-old appeared in court in Westminster and prosecutors claimed he had arrived in Britain from his native Poland hours before the alleged break-in.
According to prosecutor Punal Chopra, 'Matlok, as he explained in his interview, has initially rung the doorbell, it has not been answered, so he climbed onto the balcony using a rope he brought with him.'
'He entered bedrooms and bedclothes have been disturbed, particularly the bed belonging to the artist. He explained to police he had travelled from Poland with the specific intention of meeting the artist known as Madonna who he believes he is in an intimate relationship with,' Sify reports.
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