EXCLUSIVE: Lana Del Rey fan arrested after being found camping out in singer's Malibu home

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EXCLUSIVE: Man Found Camping Out at Lana Del Rey's Malibu Home Arrested

There was a frightening incident at Lana Del Rey's Malibu, California home on Monday.

A man was found camping out in the garage of the 30-year-old singer's residence that is currently under construction, a Malibu/Lost Hills detective tells ET.

According to the detective, Lana was never confronted by the man, and faced no threat of violence. A construction worker reported the man in question, who allegedly set up living quarters in the garage area of the home. He was gone before police arrived, but based on several notes and a laptop computer left behind, the man believed he had a "spiritual connection" with Lana.

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FILE - In this Feb. 13, 1982 file photo, actress Jodie Foster rehearses a song during filming of a television production "Svengali" in New York. John Hinckley shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 in an attempt to impress the Oscar-winning actress Foster, who he had been writing poems and letters to in an attempt to establish a relationship. He was ruled legally insane at the time of the shooting and was sent to a state mental hospital. Since 2006, Hinckley has been receiving additional privileges and earlier this year was granted release from the hospital for 17 days a month to visit his mother in Virginia. (AP Photo/Suzanne Vlamis, file)
FILE - In a Nov. 18, 2003 file photo, John Hinckley Jr. arrives at U.S. District Court in Washington. Hinckley, who shot Reagan in 1981 to impress actress Jodie Foster, was found not guilty by reason of insanity in the assassination attempt. He has been held for the past three decades at a Washington psychiatric hospital, but has been granted increasing freedom in recent years as doctors say his mental illness has been in remission. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)
FILE - In this Dec. 14, 1996 file photo, "Evita" star Madonna arrives at the film's premiere at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Madonna reluctantly testified against Robert Dewey Hoskins, who was convicted in 1996 of threatening to kill the singer-actress. Hoskins served a 10 year prison sentence but escaped from a Los Angeles mental hospital in 2012 and was arrested after several days of searching by police. At trial, Madonna told a jury she felt sick to her stomach being in the same room with Hoskins, who was shot by one of her bodyguards at her Los Angeles home while she was in Florida. "I couldn't believe it was actually happening and he had tried to make his threats a reality," Madonna testified during Hoskins’ trial. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, file)
FILE - In this March 22, 1996 file photo, Robert Dewey Hoskins, 38, sits motionless as Superior Court Judge Jacqueline Conner (not shown) sentences him to 10 years in prison for stalking and terrorizing pop star Madonna, in Los Angeles. Prosecutors said Hoskins scaled the walls of Madonna's 25,000-square-foot Hollywood Hills estate in April, 1995, and again in May, 1995, and told her assistants he would either marry her or slash her throat from ear to ear. A bodyguard shot and wounded Hoskins the second time he scaled the wall. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, Pool)
FILE - In this Aug. 16, 1996 file photo, a striped fence highlights Madonna's home in Los Angeles. Prosecutors said Robert Dewey Hoskins scaled the walls of Madonna's 25,000-square-foot Hollywood Hills estate in April, 1995, and again in May, 1995, and told her assistants he would either marry her or slash her throat from ear to ear. A bodyguard shot and wounded Hoskins the second time he scaled the wall. (AP Photo/Rene Macura, file)
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FILE - In this April 27, 2011 file photo, one of Paris Hilton's bodyguards, rear, escorts an unidentified assailant after the man grabbed Paris Hilton boyfriend Cy Waits while Waits and Hilton were walking into court in Los Angeles. Hilton and her then-boyfriend Waits were accosted by James Rainford while they walked in to a courthouse to testify against another man who had broken in to the hotel heiress’ Hollywood Hills home. Hilton’s security wrestled Rainford to the ground and he was promptly arrested him and he pleaded no contest to misdemeanor battery. Rainford, who was repeatedly arrested outside Hilton’s residences and asked her to marry him, was ultimately charged with felony stalking and sentenced to probation and psychiatric counseling in April 2012. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, file)
FILE - In this April 27, 2011 file photo, a bodyguard for Paris Hilton, left, restrains an unidentified man after the he grabbed Hilton's boyfriend Cy Waits as Waits and Paris Hilton outside a court in Los Angeles. Hilton and her then-boyfriend Waits were accosted by James Rainford while they walked in to a courthouse to testify against another man who had broken in to the hotel heiress’ Hollywood Hills home. Hilton’s security wrestled Rainford to the ground and he was promptly arrested him and he pleaded no contest to misdemeanor battery. Rainford, who was repeatedly arrested outside Hilton’s residences and asked her to marry him, was ultimately charged with felony stalking and sentenced to probation and psychiatric counseling in April 2012. (AP Photo/Nick U, file)
FILE - This April 27, 2011 file photo shows an unidentified assailant's arm at left reaching out to grab Cy Waits, left, as he and then-girlfriend Paris Hilton arrive at court in Los Angeles. Hilton and her then-boyfriend Waits were accosted by James Rainford while they walked in to a courthouse to testify against another man who had broken in to the hotel heiress’ Hollywood Hills home. Hilton’s security wrestled Rainford to the ground and he was promptly arrested him and he pleaded no contest to misdemeanor battery. Rainford, who was repeatedly arrested outside Hilton’s residences and asked her to marry him, was ultimately charged with felony stalking and sentenced to probation and psychiatric counseling in April 2012. (AP Photo/Nick Ut, File)
FILE - In this May 14, 2014 file photo, actress Halle Berry attends the CBS Network Upfront presentation at Lincoln Center in New York. Berry stopped a man from entering her home through her kitchen door in July 2011, leading to Richard A. Franco’s arrest on stalking and burglary charges. He pleaded no contest to stalking and was ordered to stay away from the Oscar-winning actress for 10 years and undergo psychiatric counseling in January 2012, with prosecutors agreeing to drop the burglary charge. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, file)
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FILE - In this March 29, 1993 file photo, actress Elizabeth Taylor displays the Jean Hersholt Award she received at the 65th Annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles, Calif. The FBI in 1949 investigated three threatening letters sent to the then-17-year-old actress after receiving complaints from Taylor's parents about obscene letters sent to the up-and-coming star. At the time, investigators had to manually compare handwriting samples and postmarks, but many modern stalking cases involve examining digital fingerprints obsessed fans leave online when targeting their celebrity victims. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon, file)
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"Based on ramblings in his notes, he was clearly infatuated with Lana," the detective says.

Police eventually located the man in Santa Monica on Tuesday, and he's been arrested pending charges. Detectives describe him as a 19-year-old white male who had recently come to California from Kansas.

ET has reached out to Lana for comment.

Interestingly enough, Lana moved to the $3 million beachfront property in Malibu to escape overeager fans, TMZ reported in June. Her previous residence in the Hancock Park area of Los Angeles was reportedly too accessible for her fans, some of whom would camp out on her street.

Lana's music video for "High By the Beach" features the notoriously press-shy star at a beach house, being stalked by paparazzi.

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