Pop diva, Rihanna, has reportedly put back her Los Angeles mansion in the market just six months after it was targeted by burglars.
According to Mail Online, the singer who purchased the upscale Hollywood property for a reported $6,784,132 (£5.3million) in August 2017, has now put it back in the market for $7,372,475 (£5.8million).
The publication reported that Rihanna's decision to sell the property came after an attempted break-in by 'obsessed fan' Eduardo Leon, 27, who was arrested and charged after an assistant found him wandering around the property in May.
During the attempted break-in, the obsessed fan managed to find his way into the three-storey pile and spent more than 12-hours waiting for the singer, who was in New York at the time of the incident.
He made himself at home in the property, using her amenities to charge his mobile phone while wandering from room to room.
Leon was later charged with stalking, first-degree residential burglary, vandalism and resisting arrest. He later told arresting officers he 'just wanted to have sex' with the singer before he was tasered and taken into custody.
The Los Angeles mansion boasts of six bedrooms and ten bathrooms among other amenities inside a spacious 7,130-square-foot contemporary house.
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