Stalker seized inside Madonna’s London mansion

London: The 10-million-pound London mansion belonging to Madonna has been broken into by an alleged stalker while the singer was in the US to mourn the death of her grandmother.

Grzegorz Matlok, 29, reportedly smashed a side window of the heavily-fortified 10-bed Georgian townhouse to gain access and was wrestled to the ground by the singer’s bodyguards at 5.30am on Saturday, reports The Sun.

He apparently had some of Madonna’s possessions in his arms.

The security team told police who arrested Polish-born Matlok that he had stalked her before.

The events occurred despite Madonna’s huge home in Marylebone being fitted with multiple CCTV cameras and a state-of-the-art alarm.

“Something dreadful has happened here. The security around the world’s most famous pop star should be impregnable,” a senior police source told the paper.

Matlok has been charged with burglary.

Madonna has had several stalkers. In October one was found with an ice pick after scrawling ‘Meet me’ outside her New York apartment.


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