Eminem's house invader told the rapper that he was there to 'kill him'.

Eminem whose real name is Marshall Mathers had a scary run with a home invader this year, who apparently entered the rapper’s home at some point in April, with the intention to kill him.

Back in April, Hughes (invader) was arrested on ist degree housebreaking and malicious destruction of a building charges after breaking into Eminem’s Detroit-area home. Authorities confirmed Hughes entered by breaking a window near the kitchen. Eminem’s security team wasn’t awakened by the noise or the alarm, which forced the rapper to confront him. Eventually, Eminem’s security was ready to apprehend Hughes.

A judge found enough evidence to send Hughes to trial on charges of housebreaking and malicious destruction of property. policeman Adam Hackstock told a court hearing on Wednesday that the singer initially thought Hughes was his nephew. Giving evidence, Mr. Hackstock said: “When Mr. Mathers asked him why he was there, he was told by Mr. Hughes that he was there to kill him.

Invader at Eminem's house was there to Kill Him (Eminem)

Hackstock said Hughes introduced himself as a lover living within the area. Eminem said he walked Hughes through many rooms before escorting him out of the house, the officer said. the house invader wasn’t carrying a weapon when entered the star’s house, added Hackstock. Hughes’ lawyer Richard Glanda said outside court: “In my opinion, I feel there’s some kind of mental issues involved here

Eminem wasn’t present during the hearing on Wednesday and Hughes is now persisted a $500,000 cash bond. The judge denied an invitation by the suspect’s attorney to scale back the bond, adding the victim’s fame was irrelevant to the ruling. The case will move forward to the Macomb County Circuit court where subsequent hearing are going to be persisted Sept. 28.


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