Alleged Stalker Arrested for Breaking into Madonna's Home
Grzegorz Matlok, 29, was wrestled to the ground by bodyguards at Madonna's 10-bedroom mansion in London Saturday morning, after being found clutching several of the singer's possessions. Despite having a huge security team and a state of the art CCTV system in place, the intruder -- who the singer’s bodyguards told police was a "stalker" -- gained entry to the Georgian townhouse by smashing a side window while the singer was in the US mourning the death of her grandmother Elsie Mae Fortin. A senior police source told The Sun newspaper: "Something dreadful has happened here. The security around the world's most famous pop star should be impregnable." Polish-born Matlok was charged with burglary last night and is now due to appear before magistrates in Westminster today. At the time of the break-in, Madonna was in Bay City, Michigan, paying her respects to her late 99-year-old grandmother, who helped raise the singer and her five siblings after their mother died of breast cancer when Madonna was just five.