A woman who broke into the home of Will Smith was charged in court Monday.
Ariel Archer of Richmond, Virginia was found by a housekeeper in the kitchen of the actor's Calabasas, California home on March 21, and refused to leave until police arrived on the scene.
Will, wife Jada and children Jaden and Willow were not home at the time.
Archer was charged with one misdemeanor count of trespassing and refusing to leave private property according to the complaint, which was obtained by the Los Angeles Times.
Ricardo Santiago, a spokesman for the district attorney’s office, said that police eventually escorted Archer off the property and gave her a citation back in March.
She was not in custody before Monday's court hearing.
The day after the incident, Jaden tweeted; 'I Don't Know If Last Night Was A Dream Or Not.'
It is not known if the family was simply not at the home or out of town when Archer entered the property.
Jada was likely in New York City filming the first season of Gotham, but Will was not working on any projects at the time.
A week later, Will, Willow and Jada where at the Black Girls Rock BET Special in Newark, which was also attended by Michelle Obama.
Other celebs that live in the same neighborhood as the Smiths include Justin Bieber and Kris Jenner.
As for Archer, she now faces a maximum of six months in prison or a $1,000 fine.
The 26-year-old, who is from Richmond, Virginia, went to Virginia Commonwealth University according to her Facebook page and majored in International Relations.
She began her studies there in 2007, but it is not known if she finished her education.