Homeless man is charged with attempted MURDER for climbing fence into Miranda Kerr's $2M Malibu home and stabbing her security guard in the eye, as terrifying scene photos reveal ordeal and the star ventures out for the first time
- Shaun Haywood scaled the fence onto the model's ranch on October 14
- When he was caught by security guard, Haywood stabbed him in the eye
- Guard shot Haywood several times, including once in the head
- Both men were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries
- Kerr, who bought the property in 2014, was not home at the time
- Haywood was also charged with assault with deadly weapon and mayhem
- The 29-year-old intruder is Australian like Kerr, and trespassed in an attempt to deliver a letter to the Victoria Secret model, prosecutors said
Shaun Anthony Haywood hopped the fence to the model's Malibu home at 11.10am on October 14, slashing the guard in the face and arm before he was shot multiple times.
Haywood, who could be sentenced to life in prison if convicted, also faces two additional felonies including aggravated mayhem and assault with a deadly weapon, according to the LA County District Attorney's Office.
The 29-year-old intruder, who is a fellow Australian like Kerr, was trying to gain access to Kerr's home in order to deliver a letter, prosecutors said.
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Gruesome photos of the incident show a man kneeling over what appears to be a prone and shirtless Shaun Haywood, who had blood covering his head and torso
The guard shot Haywood four times after he scaled a fence onto Kerr's $2million Malibu property. Pictured, a gun at the scene covered in blood
Kerr was not at home during the incident. She was spotted on October 22 for the first time since the incident getting ice cream in Brentwood
Haywood was arraigned on Tuesday at the LA County Superior Court in Van Nuys, California.
Haywood managed to jump the fence earlier this month before grabbing the guard's knife and slashing him in the face, prosecutors said.
The guard then opened fire and shot Haywood four times, the LA County Sheriff's Office told DailyMail.com.
Gruesome photos of the incident show a man kneeling over what appears to be a prone and shirtless Haywood, who had blood covering his head and torso.
Kerr, who lives with her five-year-old son Flynn in the $2million Malibu ranch, was not home at the time of the intrusion.
'There were no occupants in the house at the time of this incident. The incident took place on the property, but not inside the house,' Sergeant James Braden said.
Shaun Haywood was charged with attempted murder after stabbing Kerr's security guard in the face. He is seen above being stretchered into an ambulance
A car that appears to have bullet holes through the windscreen was towed away
A broken wire fence around Miranda Kerr's home shows where the intruder allegedly got in
A vehicle that appeared to have bullet holes through the windshield was towed from the scene and both the security guard and the intruder were hospitalized.
The security guard was stabbed below the eye but was seen walking on to the LA County Sheriff's Department chopper unaided after the attack.
'Deputies responded to a shots fired call in Malibu. They discovered a security guard had been involved in a physical altercation with an intruder.
'The guard was stabbed in the facial injury and he had minor injuries.
'He produced a handgun and shot the intruder three to four times in the face and torso.
'Neither the guard nor the intruder has life threatening injuries,' said a police spokesman.
Later, as he arrived at hospital, the guard was seen walking from the gurney. Neither he nor the intruder suffered life-threatening injuries, police said
The Special Enforcement Bureau of Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department shared this photograph as the guard was airlifted to the hospital
The Special Enforcement Bureau of Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department shared a photograph as the guard was transported to hospital by air ambulance
The intruder was airlifted separately to a trauma center.
Kerr bought the four-bedroom home for a reported $2.15million after she divorced Lord of the Rings actor Orlando Bloom in 2013.
She invited Harper's Bazaar Australia for a tour of the 1960s ranch earlier this year, posing in backyard pool as well as on her acrylic grand piano.
But the model has reportedly been spending her time at a $12million sprawling mansion in Brentwood, Los Angeles, where she lives with her billionaire fiance, the 26-year-old Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel.
Fire fighters and police descended on the property in north Malibu on October 14
The intruder was airlifted to hospital. Above, emergency services working at the scene
The Australian model bought the property in 2014 following her split from Orlando Bloom
The intruder reportedly tried to climb a fence. Pictured is the gate outside the property
Kerr's intruder scaled her fence just one week after Kim Kardashian was held at gunpoint and robbed in her luxury apartment in Paris.
This is not the first time Kerr has been targeted.
When the 33-year-old was still married to Bloom, she was one of several celebrities robbed by a group of teenagers known as the Bling Ring.
It's not clear whether the model is still living at the ranch. She is said to be living with fiancé, Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel in a sprawling Brentwood mansion
Journalist Nancy Jo Sales, who wrote a book about the teens, said they stole Kerr's lingerie because they were obsessed with fame and wanted to look sexy.
In 2013, Steven Swanson was arrested after he called a dispatcher in Los Angeles and shared his plans to fly across the country with two handguns to 'rescue' the model.
The 52-year-old referred to Kerr as his 'wife' and 'soul mate' and local police found pictures of the model posted a