Jennifer Lopez Stalker Lived In Her Hamptons Pool House

Gregory Wakeman - Author

Aug. 22 2013, Updated 1:33 p.m. ET

Jennifer Lopez’s stalker was living in the pool house of the American Idol judge’s beachfront mansion for six days, and somehow managed to avoid her security team.

John Dubis, a former fireman, slept on a couch, and even had the audacity to park his car in front of Lopez’s home, which is worth $10 million and is situated in The Hamptons.

The singer wasn’t at the property when the 49-year-old made his uninvited visits, which lasted for six days before he was caught.

Dubis is reportedly obsessed with the singer, and she has even had to get a restraining order against him. Lopez is allegedly beside herself with anguish and “completely freaked out” that the deranged man is able to get so close to her home.

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Dubis even managed to take several photos of himself inside her abode, and then uploaded them to Facebook. Lopez has since ordered a review of her security, before she returns home to her abode next week.

The stalker even helped out the security team by cleaning a path as they patrolled the grounds, while neighbors who noticed him presumed that he was simply part of the patrol protecting the house.

After almost a week of luxury, a member of Lopez’s staff finally confronted Dubis after they spotted him on the back porch. Dubis then remarked that he was an ex-husband of the singer, and then when police officers arrived he tried to convince them that he was actually the father of her children.

Dubis then added that Lopez had left the pool door open for him. He was then arrested, but as he was being taken into custody he told the arresting officers that he had pleasured himself in the back garden as he presumed that Lopez wanted him to “spread his seed throughout the world.”

He has now been taken for a psychiatric evaluation too and he will be charged with second-degree burglary and criminal contempt.

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