A judge ruled Tuesday that a teen accused of burglarizing the home of Orlando Bloom must stand trial.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Darrell Mavis made his ruling in the case of Alexis Neiers after a 90-minute preliminary hearing that included testimony by two police detectives.
Neiers, 18, is accused of being part of a group that targeted the homes of Bloom, Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan and other celebrities.
However, Neiers, who is filming a pilot for a reality television show, is accused only in the burglary at Bloom's house. She previously pleaded not guilty to the July break-in.
Four other people were accused of burglaries that prosecutors said netted $3 million in stolen goods. Their arraignments were scheduled for Wednesday.
In a short interview on cable network E!'s Web site, Neiers said she was eager to put the matter behind her.
"I just learned my lesson that I need to make some better friends and some better decisions as far as my friends go," she said.
The Associated Press has contributed to the report.
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