Police Descend On Rihanna's Home Over Alarm

The cops swarmed RiRi's house yesterday.

(AllHipHop News) Multiple police officers responded to Rihanna's home on Monday after her alarm system accidentally went off.

Video footage obtained showed four police vehicles parked outside the Umbrella singer's home in Hollywood Hills, California and police helicopter circling above on Monday evening.

Another clip showed a police officer on the sidewalk near her security gate and another showed the scene with the caption, "Rihannas pad being raided or what."

Law enforcement sources have told the website they responded to a home alarm, and it was eventually determined that the alarm was accidentally triggered, even though the singer, who was spotted at a nightclub in London on Friday, was not at home at the time.

The heavy police was a precaution because there has been a history of intruders at the 30-year-old's property, such as Eduardo Leon, who broke into her place in May.

He allegedly spent a day there, waiting for the singer to return, although she was in New York following the Met Gala.

Cops were called to the Diamonds hitmaker's house after her assistant discovered the alarm system had been disabled, and officers found Leon charging his cell phone and unpacking his bag.

He refused to step outside with the cops, so they used a taser and took him into custody.

He was slapped with felony charges of residential burglary, trespassing, and stalking, and a misdemeanor for resisting arrest.

Leon allegedly broke into another property a week before he made himself at home in Rihanna's pad, believing it belonged to the singer.

He was also booked for residential burglary and trespassing.