A person accused of breaking into Eminem’s dwelling advised the US rapper he was there to “kill him”, a police officer has testified.
Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, awoke to obtain Matthew Hughes in his residence in Clinton Township, Michigan, one particular working day in April.
A judge discovered more than enough proof to send Hughes to trial on rates of house invasion and destructive destruction of residence.
Police officer Adam Hackstock explained to a court docket hearing on Wednesday the singer at very first thought Hughes was his nephew.
He was not armed when he was uncovered at the star’s assets.
Supplying proof, Mr Hackstock said: “When Mr Mathers requested him why he was there, he was advised by Mr Hughes that he was there to eliminate him.”
Eminem escorted Hughes out of the house, the officer ongoing.
Hughes’ law firm Richard Glanda mentioned outside the house courtroom: “In my belief, I think there’s some kind of mental concerns concerned in this article.”
Eminem was not present at the court docket listening to.