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Miranda Kerr's alleged intruder appears in Los Angeles court

AAP logoAAP 6/01/2017 Peter Mitchell

Miranda Kerr's alleged intruder Shaun Haywood was quietly spoken and showed no ill effects of being shot when he appeared in an LA court. © Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic/Getty Images Miranda Kerr's alleged intruder Shaun Haywood was quietly spoken and showed no ill effects of being shot when he appeared in an LA court. The Australian boxer accused of slashing a security guard in the face after breaking into supermodel Miranda Kerr's Malibu home to deliver her a letter has appeared in a Los Angeles court under heavy guard.

Shaun Anthony Haywood, who also goes by the name Esra, had his wrists handcuffed behind his back and wore a bright yellow prison jumpsuit when led into the court by sheriff deputies on Thursday.

In a quiet voice he told Superior Court judge Alan Schneider he agreed to return to the courtroom on February 8 where a date for a preliminary hearing would be set.

Haywood, 29, from the NSW Central Coast, has been in custody since the October 14 incident at Kerr's home and is currently held at LA's Twin Towers correctional facility on $US1.05 million bail.

Prosecutors allege when Haywood, a former professional boxer, was confronted by a security guard at Kerr's home he grabbed the guard's knife and slashed his face.

The guard then allegedly shot Haywood.

Kerr was not home at the time.

Haywood showed no ill effects of the gun shot during Thursday's brief court appearance.

Haywood faces one count each of attempted willful, deliberate and premeditated murder, aggravated mayhem, and assault with a deadly weapon, a knife.

He has entered not guilty pleas to the charges.

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