The tennis star fled into her home's panic room after her security cameras picked up an unexpected visitor lurking around her L.A. mansion. Her assistant called police at 6 a.m. to report a burglar, but soon realized it was a mistake.
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According to TMZ, "It was a false alarm -- the person on Serena's security camera was a random drug tester for an unspecified tennis association, stopping by Serena's pad for some unannounced pee."
It's unknown whether or not she submitted a sample.
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As if that weren't enough news for one week, the tennis star is being "blacklisted."
The tennis champion has been chosen to be a part of the National Gallery's "Black List," located in Washington, D.C. The "Black List" is comprised of 50 large-scale photographs highlighting African-Americans of distinction.
Created as part of a larger project by HBO's Timothy-Greenfield Sanders, Williams shares the honor with Whoopi Goldberg, Sean Combs, and John Legend, among others.