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Tyler Perry's Georgia Home Broken in by Teenager

December 28, 2010 (6:56 am) GMT
Chloe Ware has been charged with criminal trespass, while police are still searching for two other suspects.

A teenager caught breaking into filmmaker 's Georgia home on Thursday, December 23 has been charged with criminal trespass. Chloe Ware was caught by the director's bodyguard as she attempted to escape with two associates.

Police are searching for two other suspects, who may have stolen items from Perry's Atlanta-area estate.

Ironically, the break-in occurred on the same day Perry moved an elderly fire victim into a rental home in Georgia. The generous moviemaker has agreed to cover 88-year-old Rosa Lee Ransby's rent for a year - while her burned out home in Coweta County, Georgia is being rebuilt.

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