A man tried to steal Halle Berry‘s Los Angeles home by using a fake deed — even hiring a locksmith to get inside, according to a report.
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Ronald Eugene Griffin, 59, was reportedly first seen trespassing on Berry’s property in January, according to law enforcement. He appeared again in March with a locksmith and actually had one of the locks changed!
When cops realized his deed was a fake, they arrested him on charges of procuring and offering a false warranty deed and petty theft.
According to the New York Post, police say they didn’t even know it was Berry’s home.
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