Selena Gomez urged to lock doors by cops

SELENA Gomez has reportedly been urged to lock her doors by police.  

The reminder comes following an incident last week where the 'Come And Get It' hitmaker allegedly called the police after she thought there was an intruder in her house.  

Law enforcement sources revealed to gossip site TMZ that she raised the alarm after she returned home to find a door unlocked.  

The police arrived quickly but found nobody inside.  

This is reportedly the third time Selena has contacted the police over fears that her house had been broken into and for it to be a false alarm.  

The 22-year-old had gates put up around the house earlier this year after a stalker allegedly showed up at her $3 million property.  

Meanwhile, despite the false intruder alarms, Selena loves living alone because she can walk around the house naked.   She recently said: "I can, you know, walk around naked and stuff.  

"I think that the best thing is being able to go into my own space and have it just be mine."  

However, Selena's celebrity pal, Taylor Swift, has been asking her to leave Los Angeles and move closer to the 'Shake It Off' hitmaker, who lives in New York City.  

Selena explained: "[Taylor's] been begging me every time we get on the phone to move to New York, because it's been a really good thing for her.  

"You know, we've been friends for seven years, and she really feels like she kind of stepped into her own and became a woman there, and she's like, 'All right, your turn!'  

"I feel like I might [move to New York], eventually, but not right now."



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