Break-in at Brady and Gisele's Brookline home leads to arrest

/ by Darren Hartwell
Presented By Nissan

The Brookline, Mass., home still owned by Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen had an unwelcome visitor Monday morning.

Brookline police confirmed Monday morning they arrested a man for breaking and entering at Brady and Gisele's sprawling mansion.

The break-in occurred around 6 a.m. ET when a homeless man set off multiple alarms at the Brady residence, police told Julianne Lima of Boston 25 News.

The man is expected to be charged later in the day, and there's no word on whether he tripped an alarm or the police were alerted by a neighbor.

Will Brady return for a second season with Bucs?

Brady, Bundchen and their family called Brookline their home for years while the quarterback played for the New England Patriots. The Brady clan relocated to Florida earlier this year when TB12 signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, initially renting at Derek Jeter's Davis Islands mansion.

The 43-year-old quarterback reportedly was close to purchasing a $7.5 million home in Clearwater, Fla., in October.

Brady and Bundchen's Brookline mansion was taken off the market earlier this spring but now is for sale once again for an undisclosed price. The original asking price on the house was $39.5 million.

Brady and the Bucs had a bye in Week 13 and return to action next Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings.