The man who broke into Eminem's Clinton Township home, telling him he was there to kill, him is getting a slap on the wrist. Matthew Hughes has been sentenced to probation and given credit for time served.

Eminem, whose name is Marshall Mathers, was home on April 5, 2020, when Hughes threw a brick paver through a window at about 4 am. Clinton Township police officers say the rapper awoke to a male standing behind him. He initially thought the man was his nephew but realized it was a stranger. He then asked Hughes why he was there and the intruder stated that his intention was to kill Mathers.

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At the time of the crime, Hughes was charged with first-degree home invasion, a 20-year felony, and malicious destruction of a building, which is a five-year felony. Hughes has remained at the Macomb County jail since his arraignment.

Hughes has spent 524 days in the Macomb County jail. WDIV reports that Huges was sentenced last week in a Macomb County court under a plea agreement. He's been sentenced to five year of probation and given credit for the time he's already served.

The video below is from Hughes' bond hearing in 2020.

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The cars in the driveway belonged to Eminem at the time the photos were taken.

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At one time, this mansion was known as the Kmart Mansion because it was owned by the CEO of Kmart before it was purchased by Eminem in 2003. The rapper lived in this house in Oakland County as recently as 2017 and has since purchased another beautiful home in Clinton Township.

The furniture inside the 17,500 sq. foot crib isn't Eminem's, but the outside pictures are reported to be older photos, so yes, we are led to believe the cars did belong to Mr. Mathers.

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