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Man Attempts To Break In To Rihanna's Home

Rihanna performs at Barclays Center on May 5, 2013. (Photo by Mike Lawrie/Getty Images)
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Rihanna is busy making music videos and whathaveyou, but in the meantime, her house is at risk: A man reportedly tried to break into her Pacific Palisades home, but to no avail.

The LA Times reports that the man, who wasn't found or arrested, was seen on surveillance cameras at about 7:00 p.m. trying to gain access to the singer's house in the 900 block of Rivas Canyon Road. He was unsuccessful.

Rihanna has meanwhile been working on, and releasing, the video to her new single, "Pour It Up." She also recently opened up to Glamour about dissing her ex Chris Brown on Instagram.

The LA Times notes that the attempted break-in wasn't the first time someone tried to get into RiRi's house. In June, a man was spotted on her roof, and in February, a stranger crawled in and slept in one of her beds.