Man Who Broke Into Eminem's House & Threatened His Life Violates Probation: Report

In April 2020, Matthew Hughes brought Eminem’s The Marshall Mathers LP2 intro track “Bad Guy” to life by breaking into the Detroit rapper’s home in Clinton Township, Michigan, and threatening his life. Thankfully, Hughes was unsuccessful in his attempts to harm Eminem, and he was subsequently arrested for home invasion. Eventually, Hughes was sentenced to probation for his crime after serving 524 days in jail following his initial arrest.

However, it appears that the Michigan man has found himself in legal trouble once again. According to U.S. News, Hughes recently violated his probation by failing to show up for his first court-mandated probation appointment on September 30, and to add insult to injury, he also been accused of assaulting a mall security officer in southeastern Michigan.