SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco prosecutors have charged a woman with attempted murder for allegedly setting two small fires at a house that served as the backdrop to the popular “Mrs. Doubtfire” movie starring Robin Williams.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports Tyqwon Welch declined to be interviewed Thursday but did say the charges “have nothing to do with me.”

Prosecutors say the 25-year-old resident of Los Angeles is a disgruntled former patient of the plastic surgeon who owns and lives in the house.

The iconic “Mrs. Doubtfire” house served as a temporary shrine to Williams after he committed suicide in August, amassing flowers, candles and other items mourning the Bay Area-based comedian’s death.

The fires were set Monday night and caused minimal damage.

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