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Madonna Stalker Wears Guy Ritchie's Clothes

Polish man claims singer sent messages that he should live in her house

September 14, 2011 8:40 AM ET
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Madonna at a premiere of her new film, W.E.
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Madonna's stalker, Grzegorz Matlok, admitted in a court hearing yesterday that he had tried on her ex-husband Guy Ritchie's clothing when he broke into her townhouse in Yorkshire, England in June of last year.

Matlok, who was arrested and not charged for the 2010 break-in, was deported to his native Poland for mental health treatment. Nevertheless, he traveled back to England in March to break into the singer's home a second time. According to prosecutor Punal Chopra, Matlok had claimed to mental health personnel that he is "entitled to live in Madonna's house because she sent him special messages."

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Upon breaking into the house a second time, Matlok was discovered by film director Nathan Rissman, who was renting the adjoining home. He is currently in custody in England and will be sentenced on October 10th.

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