Miranda Kerr's Australia intruder's secret past revealed

This is 'Eros Ra Sunandra' – also known as Sean Haywood – the man accused of stabbing a security guard through the eye as he allegedly tried to deliver a letter to supermodel Miranda Kerr.

Daily Mail Australia can exclusively reveal the extraordinary and deeply spiritual background of the heavily tattooed 29-year-old man allegedly behind the bizarre incident at the Kerr family home in Malibu on October 14.

Haywood was seen around the world, prone, shirtless and covered in blood, after apparently being shot by a security guard at the Californian property. He had allegedly grabbed a guard's knife and slashed him in the face before being shot four times. 

A buff athlete and scholar of 'ancient religions' from the Central Coast region north of Sydney, Haywood recently started using the names of the Greek god of lust, Eros, and Egyptian sun god, Ra. 

'Eros Ra Sunandra' – formerly known as Sean Haywood allegedly broke into Miranda Kerr's Californian property, stabbing a security guard

'Eros Ra Sunandra' – formerly known as Sean Haywood allegedly broke into Miranda Kerr's Californian property, stabbing a security guard

'Eros Ra Sunandra' – formerly known as Sean Haywood allegedly broke into Miranda Kerr's Californian property, stabbing a security guard

Gruesome photos of the incident show a man kneeling over what appears to be a prone and shirtless Shaun Haywood, who had blood covering his head and torso

Gruesome photos of the incident show a man kneeling over what appears to be a prone and shirtless Shaun Haywood, who had blood covering his head and torso

Miranda Kerr lives with her five-year-old son at the Malibu ranch, was not at home during the incident. She is pictured in Los Angeles on September 10

Miranda Kerr lives with her five-year-old son at the Malibu ranch, was not at home during the incident. She is pictured in Los Angeles on September 10

The former professional boxer shares inspirational, spiritual words online to his 11.5K followers

The former professional boxer shares inspirational, spiritual words online to his 11.5K followers

He describes himself online as an 'ascendant master', sharing religious words with his 11,500 followers on Instagram and even purportedly writing a 'guide to spiritual enlightenment' under his pseudonym Eros. 

And he also collected pictures of the former Victoria's Secret model Kerr in folders online and followed her on every social media account possible - on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. 

Daily Mail Australia understands Haywood, who once sold himself as a 'celebrity trainer', has been living between Australia and the United States in recent years following the death of his mother. 

A relative said he had been ‘estranged’ from his family ‘for many, many years'.  

An acquaintance, who knew him from his home region and spoke to him about spiritual matters, said Mr Haywood had been studying ancient religions which had multiple gods, such as the Egyptian belief system.  

Haywood recently adopted the names of the Greek god of lust, Eros, and Egyptian sun god, Ra

Haywood recently adopted the names of the Greek god of lust, Eros, and Egyptian sun god, Ra

He once sold himself as a 'Celebrity Trainer' and promised world class personal training

He once sold himself as a 'Celebrity Trainer' and promised world class personal training

The 29-year-old collected photographs of Miranda Kerr in folders online and followed her on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter

The 29-year-old collected photographs of Miranda Kerr in folders online and followed her on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter

He said Mr Haywood was quite popular at home at the beachside suburbs near Gosford where he grew up. 

'He was always talked about,' said the friend. 'I saw a whole lot of girls going up to him saying hey, it’s that guy everyone knows.'

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