Rihanna has been granted a temporary restraining order against a man who allegedly broke into her Los Angeles home last month.
Jonathan Whooper was taken into custody earlier this month after officers identified him as the suspect who threw a chair through a glass door at the star's Pacific Palisades home.
According to editors at Tmz.com, Whooper had made several trips to Rihanna's home before attempting to break in on 29 September and returned again on October 4 before he was arrested.
When confronted by security guards on his last visit, the suspect claimed to be an acquaintance of the Umbrella hitmaker and declared he was her "future husband".
In the petition, Rihanna states she has suffered ''substantial emotional distress and concern for her personal safety'' as a result of the break-ins and a judge has placed a temporary restraining order against Whooper, ordering him to stay 100 yards away from the singer.
The case will go back to court later this month and Rihanna is expected to ask for the restraining order to be made permanent.