Drake Home Intruder Arrested At $70M L.A. Mansion Claimed To Be His Son

Intruder Arrested at Drake’s Home, Claims Drizzy Is His Father

A Trespasser Claiming To Be Drake’s Son Was Reportedly Arrested At The Rapper’s Los Angeles Mansion

Last week, a guy was arrested for trespassing on Drake's new house outside Beverly Hills and claiming to be the rapper's son.

According to TMZ, officers were summoned to the 6 God's home last Friday (July 15) when a staffer noticed someone near the pool house. The invader, a 23-year-old man, said Drake was his father and that he was only waiting for him to return home.

Cops, however, did not believe his tale and detained him for misdemeanor trespassing. Fortunately for Drake, he was not at home at the time, and the intruder was never able to enter the residence.

The large 10-bedroom mansion in the upscale Beverly Crest area was acquired by the OVO hitmaker earlier this year for a rumored $70 million. It was once owned by British pop singer Robbie Williams.

Drake has had his fair share of house intrusions. A "super stalker" came into his Hidden Hills mansion in 2017 and stole many goods, including sodas and water. She was caught while wearing one of his sweatshirts and claiming she had authorization to be there.

The fan, known as Mesha Collins, eventually sued Drake for $4 billion, accusing him of defamation and exposing sensitive information about her. The complaint was dismissed, and Drizzy obtained a restraining order against Collins.

A knife-wielding woman was detained last March after assaulting a security guard with a metal pipe while attempting to enter into Drake's "Embassy" residence in Toronto.

Drake had his own run-in with the authorities last week, when he was reportedly detained for marijuana possession in Stockholm, Sweden.

The rapper's crew first rejected the reports, but on Sunday (July 17), Drizzy revealed a run-in with police by publishing a document from Swedish authorities carrying "information for persons accused of a crime and subsequently arrested" on Instagram.

Later, the 6 God travelled to Ibiza, the Mediterranean dance destination, to put his current album, Honestly, Nevermind, to the test with the support of South African DJ/producer Black Coffee.