The California man who hopped a fence and spent the night at Rihanna’s Hollywood Hills home uninvited last May struck a no-jail plea deal in the case.
Eduardo Leon, 27, appeared in a Los Angeles courtroom Wednesday and pleaded no contest to stalking the pop superstar, vandalizing her property and misdemeanor resisting arrest.
A first-degree residential burglary charge was dropped under the deal with prosecutors.
The Fullerton resident was sentenced to five years of supervised probation.
He must also keep his distance from the “Umbrella” singer under a criminal order or protection.
Leon faced the possibility of six years in state prison if convicted at trial as originally charged.
Prosecutors previously said Leon jumped a fence at Rihanna’s pricey pad in early May and made himself at home while the recording artist was at a different location.
The singer’s assistant discovered Leon in the residence the next day, after he spent a whopping 12 hours on the property undetected.
The stalking case was not a first for the Grammy award-winning singer.
A mentally disturbed homeless man was arrested in 2014 for hand-delivering disturbing letters to reps at the singer’s SoHo apartment building.