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Miley Cyrus Stalker Arrested in LA

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More details have emerged about a botched burglar arrested on the lawn of one of Miley Cyrus’ neighbors yesterday. The man was in fact a stalker, looking for Miley Cyrus. But he got the wrong house! Hilarious!

LAPD officers arrested the man, Musa Danasabe Ibrahim, after he apparently attempted to break into a neighboring house close to the pop star’s private home. A spokesman for Los Angees Department confirmed:

“Ibrahim was trying to make entry into Miley Cyrus’ house, but he got the houses mixed up”.

Having discovered the man in a neighbor’s yard, they arrested him for trespassing and discovered that his intended target was Miley Cyrus. He tried to convince police officers that he had a date scheduled with the “Party in the USA” pop star, too! Well, you can’t blame him for trying that one. Maybe he thought they would bring Miley out to confirm or deny his claims and he would get to meet his wet dream… um… his idol…in person.

Ibrahim (26) was later charged with trespassing and his bail was set at $5,000. This is not Miley Cyrus’ first stalker. In 2009, Mark McLeod was charged with disorderly conduct and obstruction but narrowly escaped felony charges after he reportedly followed the singer on the set of “The Last Song”.

We will keep you up to date with what happens to Miley Cyrus’ latest stalker, Musa Danasabe Ibrahim, and we’ll let you know if he manages to make his way to the right courthouse!

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