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Rihanna Scores Three-Year Protection From Intrusive Stalker

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Rihanna was victorious in court today (March 21) as she stopped an obsessed stalker from making any unwarranted house calls.

TMZ reports that a judge has issued Ri Ri a three-year restraining order against a man who tried to break into her Los Angeles home last month. The suspect, Steveland Barrow, was arrested after burglarizing her neighbor’s house in February. Police believe that Barrow thought he was in Rihanna’s crib when they discovered him taking a nap in the bedroom.

A judge granted a temporary restraining order prohibiting Barrow from coming 100 years of the Grammy-winning singer. Now this new order of protection stretches to three years for Mr. Barrow, who remains elusive at this point.

For right now, the ‘Stay’ singer doesn’t have to worry about him since she’s currently on her Diamonds World Tour. Hopefully, Barrow has gotten the hint and will leave Rihanna alone — she certainly doesn’t need anymore aggravation.

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