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Eminem’s Home Invader Told Him He Was There To Kill Him



Eminem's Home Invader Told Him He Was There To Kill Him: Report

Eminem’s Alleged Home Intruder Told Him He Was Going To Kill Him

Eminem had a terrifying moment after his home was broken into in April of this year. Matthew Hughes broke into Em’s gated Detroit property, and made it all the way to the kitchen before coming face to face with Eminem.

Hughes reportedly used a stone he found on the pavement outside the property, and broke the kitchen window with it before forcing himself inside.

According to a courtroom reporter, a detective confirmed that Matthew Hughes, the 26-year-old man who confronted Em in his living room, told told the rapper that he had invaded his property to kill him.

Eminem's Alleged Home Invader Told Him He Was Going To Kill Him

However, Hughes was in court today where the home invasion was discussed at length. Eminem was not present in court but a detective recounted what the rapper told him about his run-in with Hughes.

“Mr. Mathers (Eminem) said Matthew Hughes told him he was there to kill him,” said a detective during today’s court hearing. New photos of Hughes were also released, as well as a confirmation that he remains locked up with a $50,000 cash bond. Hughes is facing felony charges that will be addressed at the next court hearing later this month.

New details acccording to HotNewHipHop, were also revealed about the home invasion. According to the detective, Eminem thought that Hughes was his nephew when he first noticed him.

However, because it was dark, it took him a while to realize that he did not know the man. A window had been broken on his property, which his security team responded to.

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