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Intruder at Paris Hilton's Home Gets Community Service

January 7, 2011 (9:20 am) GMT
James Rainford, who was caught breaking into the socialite's home late 2010, was also placed on three years probation.
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A man who grappled with 's security team when he was caught outside her Los Angeles home late last year has been sentenced to community service. James Rainford had to be physically restrained by the socialite's bodyguards after he knocked on the star's front door in October 2010.

Cops were called to Hilton's mansion, and Rainford was taken into custody for questioning. He pleaded no contest to civil assault and was sentenced to 20 days of community service earlier this week.

Rainford was also placed on three years probation, reports TMZ.com.

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