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Rihanna obtained a restraining order Tuesday in L.A. Superior Court, against a man who entered her neighbor's house, thinking it was her house, last Friday.
The man, whose name is Steveland Barrow, was ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from Rihanna, until the next court hearing on March 21, E! News reported.
The restraining order says that Barrow broke into Rihanna's neighbor's house last Friday, thinking it was hers.
According to the court order, Barrow reportedly admitted that he was invited to go in Rihanna's house. The man also reportedly removed some items, slept in a bed (of course, thinking it was hers), and bringing numerous poems for the singer.
In the document, Rihanna stated that she feared for her safety, as Barrow would not stop to get in contact with her, if the restraining order was not released.
As we previously reported, the police arrested a man who was caught snooping around the singer's house. It, however, turned out to be her neighbor's house instead of hers.
The man admitted that he got a clear instruction on how to enter the house via e-mail, so he tried it out and it worked, TMZ reported.
Barrow, who was investigated for burglary, was arrested after a neighbor confronted him.