Rihanna's intruder has been charged with felony stalking, burglary and vandalism, as well as with misdemeanour resisting arrest.
The 30-year-old singer was left stunned when she learned that 26-year-old Eduardo Leon had broken into her Los Angeles abode last week - whilst she was not at the property - and seemed to have been there for some time when police arrived on the scene on Thursday.
According to TMZ, Eduardo was charged on Monday on three felony charges, as well as one misdemeanour.
The publication states that the alleged intruder was supposed to face a judge on Monday morning in LA, but before he even made it to court, he had been charged with felony counts of stalking, burglary and vandalism, as well as with misdemeanour resisting arrest.
When Eduardo was arrested last week, it was claimed he had stayed inside the property for at least an entire day, and had expressed a wish to authorities about wanting to "have sex" with the 'Work' hitmaker.
Sources said at the time that cops ordered the man to come outside, and though he did, he was tased while being detained, though it is unclear why.
Eduardo, who lives in Orange County, was arrested on the scene and was being held on $150,000 bail.
As of the time of writing, it still isn't known how the man gained access to Rihanna's home, or if he stole anything whilst he was there.
Eduardo allegedly broke into another home a week earlier, thinking it was the singer's, where he was also booked for residential burglary and trespassing.
The 'Diamonds' singer isn't the only star to have been targeted by stalkers recently either, as fellow musician Taylor Swift's property in Beverly Hills was the subject of an attempted break-in last month.
According to sources at the time, cops came across "empty gun holster, live rounds of .380 'Fiocchi' ammunition, latex gloves, black gloves, a knife, multiple masks 'similar to the ones painters use', a black half-face mask, one 9mm ammunition round, an empty box of .22 caliber ammunition and black rope", inside the car belonging to Julius Sandrock.