Intruder Calls Police on Halle Berry's Workers

According to LA law enforcement, at least
By Neal Colgrass,  Newser Staff
Posted Jun 22, 2019 2:00 PM CDT

(Newser) – Con artist, crazy, whatever—a man is accused of trying to move into Halle Berry's place and change the locks while she was away, TMZ reports. Ronald Eugene Griffin, 59, was allegedly so galled when confronted by Berry employees that he called police, who arrived and figured out his property deed was fraudulent. It wasn't Griffin's first try, either: He was apparently spotted at Berry's LA property in January playing with the locks. This time Griffin was arrested and charged with forging a fraudulent recorded document and petty theft, Us Weekly reports. His bond was set at $36,000. The kicker: He apparently had no idea it was Berry's place. (Read more intruder stories.)

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