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Intruder in star's home denies trespassing guilt

MALIBU, Calif. (AP) — A female intruder allegedly found sleeping in a bed at Pamela Anderson's home has pleaded innocent to misdemeanor trespassing.

Christine Evelyn Roth, 27, entered the plea Thursday and remained jailed in lieu of $5,000 bail. A pretrial hearing was set for March 15.

Deputies were called to the former "Baywatch" star's home March 4 and arrested Roth, who was booked for investigation of trespassing and stalking.

Roth wasn't charged with stalking because there was no evidence of a threat, said Deputy District Attorney Martin Herscovitz.