A man who broke into the home of Hollywood actor Nicolas Cage has been ordered to undergo six months rehabilitation after admitting stalking the star. The Oscar winner caught Furo - who was wearing Cage's leather jacket - at his Los Angeles home in October (01Oct07). The Orange County District Attorney's Office gave Furo credit for time served behind bars since his arrest. He was ordered to have no direct or indirect contact with the star and must remain at least 100 yards (90 metres) from Cage's family. Furo's sentence comprises of one-month in lockdown and five months in a residential home.