NEW YORK police have charged a man who intruded into Jennifer Lopez’s exclusion mansion with stalking the actress and singer.
John Dubis, 49, a retired fireman, was found in the pool house of the US star’s luxury property in the Hamptons area of the state, according to police.
He was discovered by staff at Lopez’s home – the Out Of Sight star was not present at the time, and Dubis is accused of having lived at the house for a week.
Apart from the offence of stalking, the Rhode Island resident has been charged with burglary, criminal contempt and possessing criminal tools.
Police said: “The court ordered an exam to determine if Dubis is fit to proceed in reference to the criminal charges”.
They added he has pleaded not guilty since his arrest and that he is on a $100,000 (£64,000) bail.
The suspect is due to appear in court on August 28 at Southampton Justice Court, according to an official.
Meanwhile, Lopez, 44, has not commented on the incident or her alleged stalker, who was found at the beginning of August in the mansion.
The property was reportedly purchased by the former American Idol judge in May.