Transient Pleads No Contest to Stalking After Returning to Selena Gomez’s Home

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Selena Gomez performs onstage during KISS 108's Jingle Ball 2013 in Boston, MA. (Credit: Getty Images)

A transient who was already convicted of trespassing at Selena Gomez’s home pleaded no contest Friday to stalking after returning to the pop singer’s property following his release from jail.

Che Thomas Cruz entered his plea to one count of stalking and was placed on probation for three years, according to a news release from the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.

The 20-year-old was also ordered to go to a residential treatment facility for 180 days, prosecutors said.

Once Cruz was released from the facility, he was ordered to undergo one year of psychological treatment.

As part of a 10-year criminal protective order, Cruz must stay 200 yards away from Gomez and any residence she lives in or owns, the release stated.

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