Police Called to Lady Gaga's Home for Concerning Reason

Police rushed to Lady Gaga's home last week following a call that there was a trespasser on the property.

TMZ first reported the news that the 37-year-old's security called police after an unidentified man showed up at her Malibu home, leaving a bouquet of flowers at the end of her driveway. Per the outlet, the man only made it to the base of Gaga's driveway before he was stopped by her security team.

TMZ clarified that Gaga was home at the time of the incident, but had no contact with the man who has made several visits to her home in the past. According to the outlet, Gaga's security team told police they have seen the same unidentified man on her property in the past when he stops by to drop off gifts for the singer.

Entertainment Tonight got in touch with Lieutenant Jack Jordan of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department who revealed that the call occurred on Thurs., May 11 at around 7:42 p.m. PST.

"Deputies responded to the residence of Lady Gaga, regarding a trespassing call," he said. "[Police then] contacted her security officer, who stated that the suspect had walked past security and placed flowers on the driveway."

Jordan told the outlet that deputies later "determined no crime had occurred" as the trespasser didn't attempt to make contact with the "Bad Romance" singer. He was not arrested.

The police call to the singer's home comes over two years since Gaga's dog walker was shot during an attempted robbery of her French bulldogs in 2021.

"It was a severe one shot. And when I went back, cause I had to go back to the hospital a second time to have the surgery cause my lung had collapsed, the people in the ER who I'd seen that night told me that they didn't think I was gonna survive that night," Gaga's dog walker, Ryan Fischer recalled of the night of the shooting in an interview with CBS Mornings. "So and I had felt that, cause I had, I was very awake during, while they were operating on me that night. But just to hear them say it, it was, it makes it more real."