The individual accused of breaking into Eminem’s residence said he was there to “kill him” when the rapper confronted him in his lounge, a court docket docket heard Wednesday.
Matthew David Hughes, 27, allegedly obtained right here face-to-face with the entertainer when he slipped earlier security April 5 on the residence in Clinton Township, Michigan, the Detroit Free Press reported.
The rapper, whose precise title is Marshall Mathers, initially believed the individual standing behind him was his nephew nonetheless then realized it was a stranger, a police officer told a court docket docket.
“When Mr. Mathers requested him why he was there, he was told by Mr. Hughes that he was there to kill him,” Clinton Township cop Adam Hamstock testified, the outlet reported.
The rapper did not appear in court docket docket, the place the select dominated that there was sufficient set off to switch forward with the trial.
Hughes faces costs for first-degree residence invasion and malicious destruction of property.
An arraignment has been set for Sept. 28 in Macomb County Circuit Court docket, the Free Press reported.