A homeless man was arrested after allegedly breaking into a home owned by Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen in the early morning hours of Dec. 7. The superstar couple, though, hasn't lived in the Massachusetts home in months.
TMZ said the police raced to the home after multiple alarms went off. When authorities arrived, they found the intruder in the basement "laying on the couch in the middle of the room."
The man was arrested without incident and faces multiple charges, including breaking and entering, entering in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, attempted larceny and trespassing.
Perhaps not coincidentally, this isn't the man's first Tom Brady-related crime. Last year he was arrested for stealing one of Tom's jerseys from the New England Patriots Hall of Fame exhibit in Foxboro, Mass. During his getaway from that exhibit, he slipped, giving police a chance to nab him. He was wearing the jersey under a jacket.
That incident was referenced in the new police report, as it noted that the intruder has "several active warrants out of Wrentham District Court stemming from incidents that occurred in Foxboro, MA late last year."
Tom and Gisele were never in danger during the Monday morning break-in, as they were 1,300 miles away in Tampa, Florida, where Tom plays for the Buccaneers.
The home where the break-in occurred is currently for sale. TMZ notes that the 12,000-square-foot mansion was initially put on the market in late 2019 for $39.5 million. Tom and Gisele eventually dropped the price to $33.9 million.
The mansion is still for sale.