A trespassing incident occurred at Lady Gaga’s Malibu home as a stranger bypassed her security guards to leave flowers at her driveway. The concerned individual wasn’t recognized, prompting the police to visit the artist’s premises.
Lieutenant Jack Jordan of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department confirmed that they responded promptly to a trespassing call on May 11. Further stating that they also contacted Gaga’s security officer, who reported the presence of an intruder who had walked through security and placed flowers on the driveway.
The police determined that the stranger did not attempt to make contact with Gaga and hadn’t committed any crime. Thus, no arrest was made in the matter.
This incident brought back memories of Gaga’s French bulldog robbery in 2021, where her dog walker was also attacked. One of the attackers was later sentenced to 21 years in prison.
Previously, Gaga’s dog walker Ryan Fischer had spoken fondly of the artist, saying she was supportive of his recovery after the traumatic incident: “It’s hard for people to understand why someone would go about healing in this way. I grew up Catholic, in the Jesuit faith, and there’s something about giving up your resources, giving up your belongings, and contributing back to society.”