At least he didn't bring her hydrangeas.
During a court hearing Monday, Madonna's stalker, Grzegorz Matlok, admitted he tried on her ex-husband Guy Ritchie's clothes when he broke into one of her Yorkshire townhomes in June 2010.
Though Matlok was arrested, no charges were filed. He was later deported to his native Poland for mental health treatment, but on March 12, 2011, he flew back to England to meet the singer.
"He told mental health personnel that he is entitled to live in Madonna's house because she sent him special messages," prosecutor Punal Chopra said Monday.
Carrying a map of the 53-year-old singer's home, Matlok broke in through the balcony and stole a can of Red Bull from Madonna's garage. (Matlok denied any burglary, claiming he had bought the can from a shop.)
Matlok was caught by Madonna's friend, film director Nathan Rissman, who was renting the adjoining home. (Madonna, 53, and her four children were in the United States at the time.)
"He was arrested then dealt with under the mental health act and deported back to Poland for treatment," Chopra said during the hearing. "However, he has returned and set out a very clear plan of these offenses and given very clear instructions that he would continue if released."
Matlock is currently remanded in custody while he awaits sentencing on October 10.
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