Eminem‘s face-to-face with an alleged intruder was a very long time coming … as a result of TMZ’s realized the identical man tried to trace him down final summer season.
Matthew David Hughes, the suspect arrested in final month’s breaking and getting into case on the rapper’s Detroit-area residence, was busted in June 2019 for trespassing on 2 properties as he hunted for Eminem — and the second place had certainly been owned by Em … this in keeping with police reviews.
Hughes allegedly first hit up a home in Rochester Hills, MI after 2 AM and wakened the home-owner by throwing a rock by means of the entrance window. When deputies arrived he was gone … however the home-owner advised cops he later returned, knocked on a window and mentioned he was “searching for his brother, Marshall.”
Officers got here again, however say Hughes had already moved on to a different residence close by in Oakland Township … one beforehand owned by Marshall Mathers.
He allegedly received previous safety fencing and a gated entrance and was strolling the property round 4:30 AM searching for Eminem. Cops say he then rang the doorbell and requested the place the rapper was.
In line with the report, the home-owner advised Hughes Em did not reside there and he wanted to go away as a result of he was trespassing. Hughes walked off, however when cops arrived … they are saying they discovered him hiding beneath a mattress on the second ground of the property’s gatehouse.
Hughes was arrested for breaking and getting into, and upon additional investigation, cops realized he was the perp who broke the window on the different residence … so he received hit with a malicious destruction of property cost, as effectively.
He was sentenced to 90 days in jail and fines totaling almost $1,400 however didn’t pay by the deadline, so he was slapped with an arrest warrant.
After all, now Hughes is in hassle once more for allegedly breaking into Eminem’s home final month — he is being held on the warrant on the Macomb County Jail.
As we first reported … Hughes has been booked on fees of first-degree residence invasion and malicious destruction of a constructing — each felonies.