Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have called the police to their California mansion nine times in nine months.
The couple and their one-year-old son Archie moved into the upscale Montecito neighborhood in July of last year.
Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office has since responded to nine calls, including twice over Christmas when a trespasser had traveled to the Sussexes’ home from Ohio.
The alarm system on the property has also been triggered five times.
A PA news agency obtained the data under the Freedom of Information laws. They were released after the couple shared their security fears in their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The couple lives among a number of other celebrities in the luxury neighborhood such as their friend Oprah and Ellen DeGeneres.
One of the calls is labeled as a phone request, while the others are logged as “alarm activations.” They all occurred in the early hours of the morning.
At 4:13 pm on Christmas Eve, deputies responded to a call after a man trespassed the property.
The trespasser, Nickolas Brooks, 37, from Ohio, was first let off with a warning. But he showed up again on Boxing Day at 2:54 pm. He was then arrested and charged with one count of misdemeanor trespassing.
The second call was listed by police as “Property Crimes.” According to sources, Brooks had traveled to California from Ohio. He was later released by police.
Brooks said he may have been “high” when he trespassed the house. He has a previous conviction for attacking a man and leaving him with a broken bone in his face.
“I don’t know why I went to their place, that’s kind of where I ended up. I drove across the country – I know it’s crazy. I’ve been told to stay away and that I’m never allowed back there but I don’t have to appear in court. I was in jail for a night and they told me to stay away in the future,” Brooks said.