Jennifer Lopez’s Alleged Stalker Crashed at Her Hamptons House for Days!
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Jennifer Lopez’s Alleged Stalker Crashed at Her Hamptons House for Days!

The Bling Ring girls may have looted the houses of celebrities, but at least they didn't set up camp like Jennifer Lopez's alleged stalker did!

The American Idol judge's Hamptons mansion was the home to an alleged stalker for days on end, TMZ reports.

49-year-old John M. Dubis somehow broke into J.Lo's $10-million property early this month, sleeping in the pool house and not getting caught until April 8.

Jenny From the Block wasn't home at the time, but there were guards roaming the estate.

But this dude wandered around the grounds for days, even posting photos of his exploits on Facebook.

Now that he's behind bars, he's been charged with burglarly, stalking, and criminal contempt.

Unfortunately, J.Lo knows the guy all too well: As TMZ notes, she had a protective order filed against him after he contacted her mother.

Jennifer isn’t the only star who’s had a stalker show up at her home. Uma Thurman had a relentless stalker, Jack Jordan, who sent her letters, contacted her family members, and went to her house. Kim Kardashian had to call the police when a man showed up at her house with his luggage, saying he was there to work on her reality show. In 1995, Robert Dewey Hoskins was arrested after scaled the fence at Madonna’s house and threatening to cut the singer from “ear to ear” if she didn’t marry him. It’s not just women who have creepy people coming after them, though. Alec Baldwin’s stalker, Genevieve Sabourin, followed him to his home in the Hamptons and showed up at his New York City apartment.

As for J.Lo: You know where she'd be safe from creepers like this guy? The judging table at Idol. Just sayin'…

Source: TMZ

Dan Clarendon is an assistant editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow him on Twitter and Google+!

08.22.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Dan Clarendon
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