Arrested Madonna Fan Vows to Return to Material Girl's Home

Madonna attends the 'Material Girl' collection launch at Macy's Herald Square on September 22, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)
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Madonna attends the "Material Girl" collection launch at Macy's Herald Square on Sept. 22, 2010 in New York City. (Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)

NEW YORK (CBS) Robert Linhart, the overzealous Madonna fan who was arrested outside her New York City apartment Tuesday, reportedly promised cops that he will head straight back to the Material Girl's pad after he is released.

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"I won't stop until I actually meet Madonna," Lindhart, a retired FDNY firefighter, said to cops, according to court documents obtained by the New York Post. "I'm going to go right back there [Madonna's apartment] and do it again."

The 59-year-old was arrested Tuesday while spray-painting messages on the sidewalk that declared his adoration to the pop queen and asking to meet her, police said.

He was later charged with graffiti, resisting arrest and criminal possession of a 7 1/2-inch ice pick which was recovered from his car.

According to the New York Post, prosecutors said they found a sign attached to the top of Linhart's SUV that read, "Madonna, I need you. Tell me yes or no." Another sign read, "If it's yes, my dream will come true. If it's no, I will go. XXX."

Linhart was arraigned in Manhattan Criminal Court where a judge set his bail at $20,000.

Defense attorney Cheryl Bader told the New York Daily News that there was "no threatening conduct" and argued its "not a crime to adore Madonna."