Miley Cyrus Home Intruder Footage, Pic & Cyrus Pushing Accusation [PHOTO]
The scissor-holding man who intruded onto the property of Miley Cyrus on Sept. 8 was ordered by a judge to stay away from the star.
Police officers believe that alleged intruder Jason Luis Rivera hopped the fence surrounding singer Miley Cyrus' Los Angeles home on Sept. 8. When the cops took the man into custody, he reportedly was holding a pair of scissors.
Rivera reportedly pled not guilty to charges of trespassing and resisting arrest. However, he was still found liable early Monday of both charges, a result of the respective incident that took place on Saturday.
The judge set Rivera's bail at $100,000 and he currently remains behind bars. The intruder was also ordered by the judge to stay at least 500 yards away from Cyrus and the block she lives on.
Rivera stated to the cops that he wanted to see the singer and that was the reason he was on her property.
According to TMZ footage, the trespasser stated the following regarding Cyrus:
"I am a friend of Miley Cyrus. I am. She's my wife. Me and Miley have been friends for five years."
Lt. Brian Wendling of the Los Angeles Police Department commented on the suspect, saying, "He thinks they were married. And I would say delusional is a good characterization of him."
Rivera's next court date is set for Sept. 17. Neither Cyrus nor her representatives have yet to comment on the disturbing incident.
However, the 19-year-old has found herself in more controversy, as she is now being accused of pushing a man while hanging out at a Hollywood hot spot with her fiancé Liam Hemsworth, according to E! News. The victim had allegedly filed a report at roughly 1:15 a.m. on Sunday.
CLICK HERE to view a photo of Rivera upon his incarceration.
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