Cara Delevingne, girlfriend Ashley Benson spot male stalker creeping around their $2M LA mansion, up security

Besides the pair, Cara's sister, Poppy, 33, and her husband, James Cook, also live in the mansion.


                            Cara Delevingne, girlfriend Ashley Benson spot male stalker creeping around their $2M LA mansion, up security

"Hugely unsettled" by the sight of the unidentified man lurking around their $2 million Los Angeles home, Cara Delevingne and her girlfriend Ashley Benson have been forced to increase their security. 

The British supermodel, 27, and the 'Pretty Little Liars' alum, 29, were left traumatized after they caught a male stalker creeping around their property on security footage.

"The stalker has really creeped her out," a source told The Sun. "He was caught on camera looking around and Cara has been quick to respond, upping security on the property. It's hugely unsettling and is every celebrity's worst nightmare."

Reps for Cara and Ashley have not issued any official statement on the incident.

Ashley Benson and Cara Delevingne attend TrevorLIVE NY 2019 at Cipriani Wall Street on June 17, 2019, in New York City. (Getty Images)

Besides the pair, Cara's sister, Poppy, 33, and her husband, James Cook, also live in the mansion. The sisters also did a photoshoot inside their LA home that was featured in a US magazine. The photos from the shoot showcased the bedrooms, swimming pool and a “powder room” fitted with a Mexican-themed toilet and sink.

The two-story mansion is reportedly modeled on the iconic Playboy Mansion and includes a stripper pole, a soundproof party bunker and a bar. The house formerly belonged to "Suicide Squad" star Jared Leto, from whom Cara and Poppy bought it in 2017 for $1.9 million.

Cara and Ashley started dating each other in May 2018 and their relationship has been growing strong ever since. In an interview with Porter, the 'Valerian' actress said, "I’d never truly let anyone in before, for fear of them leaving. I never really trusted people, or felt worthy of it, and I always pushed them away. She’s the first person that has said: 'You can’t push me away. I’m going to be nice to you, I love you.'"

"I’m just like, wait, so all I have to do is just let you be nice to me? Why have I never done that before? OK," she recalled replying.

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