Guns N' Roses star Slash 'granted restraining order after man tries to break in'
Slash has reportedly been left terrified after an angry man tried to break into his home.
The Guns N' Roses star is said to have rushed straight to the courts after a man tried to trick his girlfriend into letting him enter the guitarist's home.
Slash - whose real name is Saul Hudson - says his girlfriend turned the man away when he tried to convince her that he was old friends with the star, but that he then proceeded to ring the doorbell several times and get so angry he violently hit the security camera.
A man reportedly tried to break into Slash's home
He tried to convince Slash's girlfriend they were old pals
TMZ also reports that two weeks later, the same man turned up to an invitation-only event at Slash's home, claiming once more that he was friends with the star.
And after being turned away, it's said that he sat in the parking lot repeatedly revving his motorcycle engine.
Slash, 52, was so worried by the man's behaviour that he went to court and has been granted a temporary restraining order, the website reports.
Mirror Online has contacted Slash's representatives for comment.
It comes after the rock star closed the deal on a lavish home in Encino, California.
The guitarist was left worried by the man's actions
It's said he's been granted a temporary restraining order
The property boasts six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, and includes a pool and spa.
And it all comes to the merry tune of $6.25 million US dollars (or £4.65 million British pounds).
An impressive amount of amenities are included in the house with a fire pit, covered patios, an outdoor grill, sports court and guesthouse all coming under the seven figure price tag.
But there is more.
The home includes a formal dining room, family room with fireplace, office, games room, home cinema, gym, and balconies.
While, along with the pool, there is also a basketball court and cabana.
He bought the property last year.