Eminem Confronts a Home Intruder in Quarantine

What's more, is upon tripping the home's alarm system, Hughes also reportedly alerted nearby guards who quickly descended on the home and detained the alleged unwanted houseguest until law enforcement arrived on the scene, per TMZ. He called out for security before the guards came running to his aid.

According to a report from TMZ, the incident went down earlier this month at approximately 4 a.m. and saw Em himself confronting the home intruder, identified as 26-year-old Matthew David Hughes.

Sources now say that the security was only asleep "figuratively", whatever that means.

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Eminem sold one of his two Detroit mansions in 2017, listing his home in Rochester Hills for US$1.99 million, selling it for less than half what he allegedly paid.

"Eminem was at his home in compliance with the governor's stay-home, stay-safe order", said Clinton Township Police Captain Richard Maierle. The security team was apparently at the front of the property.

The suspect is MI native Matthew David Hughes. Yahoo Entertainment can confirm Hughes is in custody at the Macomb County Jail where he's being held on a $50,000 bond. Hughes was arrested and booked on felony charges of first-degree home invasion and malicious destruction of a building. While walking through the home, Eminem ran into Hughes, who simply wanted to have a conversation with the all-time great lyricist.

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