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Chris Brown gets restraining order against alleged trespasser

Published 06/05/2016

Chris Brown
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Chris Brown has got an order forcing an obsessive fan to stay 100 yards away from him.

Chris Brown has been granted a restraining order against an overzealous fan who has allegedly trespassed on his home twice.

Danielle Patti is currently locked up in a county jail after she was arrested for allegedly trespassing on Chris' California property in April (16), for the second time in the space of five months.

Danielle claimed she was in a relationship with the singer, but now Chris has filed his own documents insisting it isn't true and she has delusions of a romance between them. He claims she yelled sexual sentiments at him and declared her love for him during her visits.

He has been granted a restraining order which prohibits her from being within 100 yards of Chris, 27, and one of his bodyguards, according to

Danielle, also 27, was first arrested in December (15) when she allegedly gained access to his Woodland Hills home by driving through an open electric gate. She was then discovered by his security, who ordered her to leave and called the police when Danielle refused.

Danielle was granted a temporary restraining order against the star in March (16) by claiming he had threatened her on social media. A judge decided against making the order permanent because she failed to show evidence to substantiate her allegations. She claimed she had erased all the messages to get rid of the bad memories.

She was arrested again in April (16) when she allegedly waited for the electric gate to open before making her way on the property. She was found by his guards once again, who detained her until cops arrived.

Danielle appeared in court on 29 April (16) and pleaded not guilty to two counts of trespassing.

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