Man pleads no contest to breaking into Miley Cyrus' home

2015-02-12 20:00

Los Angeles — A convicted burglar has pleaded no contest to breaking into Miley Cyrus' home last year.

The Los Angeles district attorney's office says Rusty Edward Sellner entered the plea to one count of first-degree residential burglary on Wednesday.

The 22-year-old had also been charged with receiving stolen property and grand theft. He is due back in court for sentencing on 1 April.

Prosecutors say Sellner broke into Cyrus' Toluca Lake home on 16 December and stole a large amount of property belonging to her and her brother.

Sellner has previous convictions for burglary and evading arrest.

Cyrus has since listed the home for sale.

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