Selena Gomez called the cops once again to her LA home after a trespasser scare. TMZ reports the pop star arrived home around midnight on Sunday and the back door was open, so she feared someone was in her home.

Police found no one inside and no sign of forced entry. Gomez has reason to be concerned, as a stalker was arrested in March for breaking into her residence. He was released and returned to the former Disney star's home, then quickly thrown back in jail.

On June 20 he was admitted to a mental health facility, where he is required to stay for 30 days.

She Instagrammed a picture after the incident, captioned, "Class never runs scared. It is sure-footed and confident, and it can handle whatever comes along. Class has a sense of humor. It knows that a good laugh is the best lubricant for oiling the machinery of human relations."

Gomez is not the only one whose dealt with trespassing incidents. We told you last month Miley Cyrus suffered a break-in, and thieves got away with her maserati.

"The suspects were able to gain access into the residence and garage," police told Us Weekly. "They removed property including jewelry and a 2014 White, 4-door, Maserati Quattroporte. No one was home at the time of the burglary."

Cyrus' assistant called the cops late Saturday night, as things "didn't look right" when she stopped by her home. It sounds like the intruders could be people Cyrus knows, as there was no sign of forced entry. The same thing happened when the singer was robbed in November of "a lot of personal items."

The car was found the next day 45 miles northwest of downtown LA on a Simi Valley street.

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