Rapper Eminem CONFIRMED burglar of house who missed his security while ASLEEP at the rapper's house in Detroit
- Rapper Eminem came face to face with a burglar in his gated community at 4am on April 6
Eminem confronted an intruder at his Detroit home earlier this month, after a man slipped past the safety of the "fast glider" who was not fast asleep.
TMZ reports that the burglary happened earlier this month at about 4 a.m. in his home, which sits in a gated community.
Law enforcement sources tell the outlet that the suspect, believed to be 26-year-old Matthew David Hughes, managed to break into the property by striking a kitchen window with a paving stone before climbing into the home.
Face-off: Eminem confronted a burglar at his Detroit home earlier this month, after the man slipped past the safety of the "fast rapper," who was fast asleep.
Per report, an alarm system was activated during the burglary, but it did not wake the security of Eminem who were not asleep.
Fortunately, the rapper was awakened by the alarm, and stood up to investigate – after all, Hughes found himself in his living room. After he wrote about his security, the burglar was restricted.
Police were called to the house and Hughes was apparently taken into custody.
Burglary: Eminem's alleged burglar, Matthew Hughes, is being held on $ 50k bond after he reportedly went face-to-face with the rapper at 6 a.m. on April 4.
It is alleged that Huges was arrested for first-degree invasion and malicious destruction of a building, which are both criminals.
Hughes is currently being held on a $ 50k bond at the Macomb County Jail, according to TMZ. He wasn't trying to steal anything from the house, instead he was told he wanted to meet the rapper face-to-face.