A transient who broke into Jennifer Aniston’s rented Malibu beach house pleaded no contest to a burglary charge on Tuesday and was sentenced to one year in jail.
Superior Court Judge Karen Nudell ordered David Hesterbey, 49, to undergo psychological counseling as part of a five-year probationary sentence. He also was ordered to stay away from Aniston for 10 years.
Aniston was filming a movie in Chicago on Aug. 25 when Hesterbey took a taxi to her home and climbed over a fence. He was confronted by Aniston’s employees and fled.
Hesterbey, who has a prior burglary conviction in Santa Barbara County, was arrested a short time later by sheriff’s deputies while he walked along the beach near Aniston’s home.