The superstar only bought the property a year-and-a-half ago at the lesser price of £5.3m but is putting it on the market half a year after the ordeal.
The swanky Nichols Canyon mansion boasts six bedrooms and ten bathrooms.
And the sprawling property – set in close to half an acre of palm tree-ladened grounds – has an imposing 7,130-square-feet main house, poolside guesthouse as well as a detached two-car garage.
Riri – as she's affectionately known by fans – has owned the Mediterranean-style property for less than two years but is ready to part ways with it after a terrifying break-in by an 'obsessed fan.'
Eduardo Leon, 27, was accused of hopping a fence and entering the LA house owned by Rihanna, who was not home at the time on May 9.
Eduardo managed to overcome the camera-secured entry gates and scale the three-storey house where he reportedly spent 12 hours inside before he was arrested the following day after being found by the Bajan star's assistant.
The obsessed fan told cops "I just want to have sex with her" after he was discovered before being tasered and arrested.
While inside the impressive property with city-view, Eduardo had managed to disable her burglar alarm.
He even made himself at home in the house that boasts four en suite guest bedrooms in the main house alone.
Eduardo reportedly unpacked his bag and even charged his mobile phone.
Reports claimed Leon had broken into a different home on May 4, wrongly believing Rihanna lived there before his break-in to her property just days later on the 12th May.
Luckily, Rihanna was not home at the time, as she was in New York on the opposite coast of the US to plug her Fenty lingerie range.
Eduardo was charged with stalking, residential burglary, vandalism and resisting arrest – his bail was set at £100,000.
He denied all the charges when he appeared in court later in May.
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