A second teen has been arrested for breaking into the home of actor-producer Tyler Perry.
Seventeen-year-old Kamisha Boozer, a teen mother and a senior at Atlanta’s Grady High School, appeared in court Thursday morning (December 30) on charges of prowling and criminal trespass at the home of the media mogul.
A public defender assigned to the case, told the judge that Boozer said she wasn’t actually there during the incident and that another defendant gave her name to authorities.
Atlanta police arrested another teen, 18-year-old Chloe Ware, last week on the same charges. She was has since been released on bond and is awaiting trial.
Perry took to his online message board to vent about the attempted break-in at his Buckhead mansion, which happened just days before Christmas and vowed to prosecute the teens to the fullest extent of the law.
The judge granted Boozer a $1,000 bond for each count and ordered her to say away from Perry’s house.
Police said there were three women caught on surveillance video at the actor-producer’s home on Paces Ferry Road in northwest Atlanta. Authorities say they are still seeking the third teen.