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Selena Gomez Boosts Home Security

 
 

Selena Gomez

 
 

CALIFORNIA, April 23 -- Selena Gomez has increased security at her new home in Calabasas, California by installing a huge perimeter gate after an intruder made his way onto her property twice in recent weeks.

Selena Gomez has increased the security at her new home in Calabasas, California.

The 'Come & Get It' hit-maker decided to take action to protect herself from stalkers and installed a huge perimeter security gate around the house, which she purchased last month, as she feels vulnerable since an intruder made his way onto her property twice in recent weeks.

A source told gossip website TMZ.com that the large gate will make it a lot harder for anyone to gain access to the 21-year-old brunette beauty's $3 million mansion.

The house is located within a gated community but there is reportedly no guard manning the gate, so anyone can just drive in.

A man was arrested for allegedly trespassing at her house for the second time on April 4, while she was inside with friends.

Selena has had a number of issues with other intruders in the past.

Juan Garcia was recently sentenced to 120 days in Los Angeles County Jail for trespassing at her old house in Tarzana, California in January, while Thomas Brodnicki, 46, was ordered to stay away from her in 2011 after repeatedly talking about killing her while under psychiatric hold.

Meanwhile, the 'Spring Breakers' star has unfollowed her pals Kendall and Kylie Jenner on Instagram and deleted all of her pictures of them after they "spent time" with her on-again, off-again boyfriend Justin Bieber, according to the MailOnline.

 
 
 

 
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