The man who was arrested at the home of Rihanna last year pled guilty on Wednesday to stalking the singer but will not serve any jail time for the offense.
Eduardo Leon was sentenced to five years probation and ordered to partake in the county's ODR (Office of Diversion and Reentry) program, which is designed for offenders "with mental health and/or substance use disorders, including persons who are homeless."
He pled guilty to stalking, vandalism and resisting arrest but the burglary charge was dismissed.
Rihanna was also granted a criminal protection order against him.
Leon was arrested in May 2018 after he allegedly broke into Rihanna's home when she was not there. He reportedly spent 12 hours inside the home and was eventually found by the singer's assistant.