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Aly & AJ are A-OK after a stalker scare at their SoCal spread.
A California man named Caesar Brantley was arrested for trying to sneak into the gated community where Aly and AJ Michalka live, according to a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
Police took Caesar Brantley into custody after security guards caught him milling about near the sisters' Calabasas home in violation of a restraining order the Disney Channel's sibling pop stars had taken out against him. He was charged with a misdemeanor for disobeying that court order and felony stalking.
It's unclear whether the pair were at home at the time of the incident, but Brantley didn't get into their residence.
This isn't the first time the twosome have had to deal with a potential stalker. In June 2008, an Ohio man was busted for bombarding the tween stars with phone calls, letters and emails, along with online threats.
Aly, 21, and AJ, 19, hail from nearby the L.A. suburb of Torrance. Their TV credits include Phil of the Future, Cow Belles and Super Sweet 16: The Movie. They also found chart success under their Aly & AJ moniker, with their 2005 debut album, Into the Rush, going platinum. Last year, they changed their name to 78Violet to aim for a more pop-rock sound.
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