Celine Dion’s Home Broken Into
The Montreal-area home of Celine Dion was reportedly invaded by a man who helped himself to food in her refrigerator and even drew himself a bath, police said Tuesday.
Police arrived at the home belonging to the pop superstar and her husband, Rene Angelil, in Laval, Quebec, Canada, when the alarm system went off on Monday. They found 36-year-old Daniel Bedard about to enter a hot bath when they arrived with a canine unit, according to the Associated Press.
The singer and her husband, who spend the majority of their time in their residence in Florida, were not at home of the time of the break-in.
“He opened the water faucets, was pouring a nice warmish bath [and] he even managed to eat some pastry that was in the fridge,” Laval police spokesman Franco Di Genova told the Associated Press.
Di Genova said police worked their way through the house, starting with the basement and finally confronted Bedard on the main floor.
When confronted, Bedard reportedly said to the police: ‘Hey, guys what are you doing here?’ Di Genova said officers replied: ‘What are you doing here?’ They then proceeded to put him under arrest.
Bedard, a Laval resident, was arraigned Tuesday on breaking and entering, auto theft charges, and charges of causing property damage. According to police, he jumped the property’s fence and used a garage door opener found in a car on the property to enter Dion’s home.