Woman arrested after police found her outside Drake’s Toronto mansion

Initial reports falsely claimed that she was armed at the time of the incident

A woman has been arrested near Drake‘s Toronto home following a disturbance.

The rapper, real name Aubrey Graham, lives in his own $100m (£73m) Toronto estate, and was said to be home at the time of the incident.

As TMZ reports, Toronto police confirmed that officers “responded to a call around 5 PM ET” yesterday (March 30) and arrested the woman before she was able to gain entry to Drake’s home.

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Authorities are currently investigating the incident, but no injuries were sustained.

Drake (Picture: Getty / Prince Williams / Wireimage)

Initial reports from The Toronto Sun and Page Six had claimed that the woman was armed with a knife and attacked a security guard with a pipe, but police have since told TMZ that the claims are not true.

In a three-star review of Drake’s recent ‘Scary Hours 2’ EPNME‘s Luke Morgan Britton said: “Drake sounds less like an artist with something to prove and more like a title defender who might finally be willing to challenge himself again.

“He’s described the release as simply a ‘warm up ting’ to his ‘next masterpiece’, and it certainly does enough to build hype for the main event.”

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Earlier this month, Drake provided fans with another update on ‘Certified Lover Boy’, his anticipated sixth studio album.

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