Slash was reportedly granted a temporary restraining order against a stranger he says tried to fake friendship in a bid to gain access to the rocker.
The Guns N’ Roses guitarist alleged a man tried to enter his home during a Super Bowl Party by schmoozing with his girlfriend and trying to convince her he and Slash were pals, TMZ reports.
When Slash’s girlfriend denied him entry, the man allegedly became irate, and rang the doorbell multiple times and smashed the star’s security camera.
Slash — whose real name is Saul Hudson — also claimed the man returned two weeks later, this time to a closed party, again claiming to be friends with the rocker.
When he was denied access to Slash yet again, he reportedly remained in the parking lot on his motorcycle revving its engine.
Reps for Slash did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The 52-year-old is just the latest star forced to file a restraining order as protection from an obsessive fan.
Actress Chloe Grace Moretz was granted one of her own in December against an alleged stalker, as was Kendall Jenner, who in July was on the receiving end of multiple threatening and obsessive letters.
Celebrity stalking victims
Meanwhile, singers Lana Del Rey and Katy Perry were also targets of obsessed stalkers who staked out the pop stars’ concerts in an effort to make contact. Both fans were arrested and charged with aggravated stalking.