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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Miley Cyrus trespasser convicted

Miley Cyrus

The man who encroached onto Miley Cyrus' property last month has been convicted of trespassing.

Jason Luis Rivera jumped the fence surrounding Miley's Los Angeles home in September and ran around the yard wielding scissors. He said the reason for his unwelcome visit was because he wanted to see the star.

TMZ reports that Jason was found guilty in court on Thursday of invading the star's home and of resisting arrest.

Initially Jason pled not guilty to the misdemeanour charges, but the judge set his bail at $100,000 and made it clear that Jason was not to come within 500 yards of Miley at any time.

The troubled man will face sentencing for his crimes on Friday.

Meanwhile Miley is planning on reigniting her music career.

"I'm excited for next year when hopefully my record's done and people are hearing my tunes and digging it," Miley told ET Online recently.

"I've waited two years to put out a record, so I really want that first thing that I say to be something really important."

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