It was only two days back when we learnt that a burglary took place at Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello’s house in LA. A month before that, Lady Gaga’s dogs too were kidnapped from the streets of Hollywood, where Gaga’s dogwalker was injured severely as well. Now, a woman has been arrested outside Drake’s house following a disturbance. The rapper is said to be at home when this woman tried to enter his house. The police took the lady in custody even before she could come near the God’s Plan singer.

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According to reports in TMZ, Toronto police confirmed the news of trespassing, and revealed that seven police cars and a Toronto EMS vehicle responded to a call around 5 PM yesterday (March 30), and arrested the woman before she was able to gain entry to Drake’s home. No injuries were sustained, and the officials are now investigating the matter. The woman was earlier reported to be armed as bystanders said that the police were securing evidence at the scene which included a knife and a metal pipe. However, police confirmed that the claims were untrue.

The gatecrasher first confronted the security outside the singer’s mansion and reportedly hit one watchman with a pipe at around 4:50 PM. “She didn’t acquire any sort of passage into the property, and there were no wounds. It isn’t clear the thing she was doing at the resident, yet she had no correspondence at all with the homeowner,” a Toronto Police Department source had revealed earlier. Police officials have not yet issued any information on possible charges.

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Astonishingly, this is not the first time that Drake has come across such a situation. Back in 2017, another female intruder had successfully entered Drake’s mansion in Southern California and drank water and soda that belonged to the rapper. Earlier this week, Drake’s security officers had to also deal with a man who was attempting to talk to residents in the area, including the rapper.