Another Intruder Arrested Outside Paris Hilton's Home

Police say an intruder has been arrested after a scuffle with a security guard outside Paris Hilton's Los Angeles home.
Police spokesman Bruce Borihanh says the man passed through the gates of the complex on a bike at about noon Tuesday, began banging on her door and refused to leave when security guards asked him.
He was arrested on suspicion of assault on the guard and was being booked at the LAPD's Van Nuys station. His name and age have not been released.
It's not clear whether Hilton was home.
This was the second incident in recent months involving an intruder targeting Hilton. Nathan Lee Parada pleaded not guilty to felony attempted residential burglary after he allegedly showed up outside the socialite's home wielding two knives in August.

This Is The First Incident 

Paris Hilton's Boyfriend Pulled Gun on Intruder

The man who allegedly attempted to break into Paris Hilton's L.A. home this week was thwarted by Hilton's boyfriend, who pulled a gun on the suspect before the guy could get inside, TMZ has learned.
Law enforcement sources confirm Hilton's boyfriend -- Vegas nightclub kingpin Cy Waits -- told police that he and Paris heard loud banging noises coming from downstairs around 6:30 AM Tuesday, so he grabbed his gun and went to check out the situation.
We're told Cy claims he spotted Nathan Parada peering through a window and carrying two knives -- a large kitchen knife and a buck hunting knife.
Cy immediately went outside -- with his weapon drawn -- and ordered Parada to drop the knives and lay on his stomach.  We're told Cy kept his gun pointed at Parada until cops arrived.
Law enforcement sources also tell us Parada told cops that he had purchased a Star Map on Hollywood Blvd. hours before the incident because he wanted to find out where Paris lived.
We're told Parada -- who was booked for felony burglary -- is currently in custody on a 5150 psychiatric hold.
Sources close to Paris tell us since the incident, Hilton's security team has installed several new cameras around the home as well as infrared technology designed to spot intruders. 
Paris has also hired two new bodyguards to protect her around the clock.
According to our sources, Paris has told friends, "Thank God Cy was there, he saved my life."

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