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Rihanna has a stalker

Rihanna has a stalker

RIHANNA'S RESTRAINING ORDER: Police were called to Rihanna's home in the Hollywood Hills, but the man fled before they arrived. Photo: Associated Press

Rihanna has reportedly obtained a restraining order against a man who was found lurking around her home last week.

The unidentified man was caught snooping around her property by security guards, who initially believed he was trying to scale a fence, according to TMZ.com.

Police were called to Rihanna’s home in the Hollywood Hills, but the man fled before they arrived.

He was subsequently tracked down and arrested on an unrelated vandalism charge and has been ordered to stay away from Rihanna and her home.

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