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Arts and Entertainment

Guy Who Trespassed At Selena Gomez's Home Doesn't Quit, Gets Arrested Again

Selena Gomez at the 'Getaway' premiere at Regency Village Theatre Aug. 26, 2013 in Westwood (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)
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A man has been arrested for the second time in one week after he was found near singer/actress Selena Gomez’s property. He was arrested for trespassing earlier in the week.Twenty-year-old Che Cruz was arrested Friday when he was spotted near Gomez’s home in Calabasas, according to The Associated Press. He has already been arrested March 30 on suspicion of trespassing at the home, which he admitted to Wednesday and had been sentenced to 45 days of jail and probation.

Cruz served seven days of jail and was released Friday, and he was ordered to stay away from Gomez’s home. Eight hours later, he was right back at her house.

This isn’t the first time Gomez has faced such trouble: In 2011, she was allegedly stalked by a mentally ill man and had to file a restraining order against him.

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