Police respond to intruder at Hilary Duff and Matthew Koma’s home

Hilary Duff and Matthew Koma had an unwanted visitor at their home in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Tuesday, police confirmed to Page Six.

“On March 19 around 8:30 p.m., North Hollywood officers responded to a prowler trespass radio call,” a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department said.

Page Six was able to confirm that police responded to a call at Duff’s address.

LAPD explained that a “prowler” does not mean the individual actually went inside the home.

“[It’s] somebody that’s on the property that’s too close to the building,” the spokesperson said. “They can look inside. It doesn’t mean they gain entry. It just means they were on the property closer to the house.”

Police were not able to comment on whether the intruder had criminal intent.

TMZ reported that Duff, 31, and Koma, 31, scared away the intruder themselves, and police noticed a missing window screen. The website also said the intruder has not been taken into custody.

A rep for Duff could not be reached in time for publication.

Duff and Koma live together in their Los Angeles home with their 4-month-old daughter Banks Violet, and Duff’s son from a previous relationship, 7-year-old Luca Cruz.

In 2017, Duff was reportedly a victim of a burglary in the same house while she vacationed in Canada with her son.

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