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Tuesday 5 May 2015

Rihanna over LA?

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Rihanna is reportedly far too scared to return to her mansion.

The star's Pacific Palisades mansion has been targeted by intruders and was allegedly invaded twice since the end of September.

A removals firm has packed up her belongings as she performs her Diamonds World Tour in South Africa and Rihanna is reportedly wary about returning to the house.

"Even though she wasn't there when it happened, she doesn't feel safe in the house anymore," a source admitted to British magazine Star.

"Rihanna is really scared. She'd rather just cut ties with the house and move on."

According to TMZ, Jonathan Whooper was identified as the stalker who invaded the 25-year-old's house.

The website writes a judge "issued a temporary restraining order against Whooper, ordering him to stay at least 100 yards away" from the property.

According to court documents obtained by TMZ, Rihanna claimed she was suffering "substantial emotional distress and concern for her personal safety" following the incidents.

The Barbadian singer performed her last South Africa show in Cape Town on October 16 and then moves on to the Middle Eastern leg of her shows.

Her Diamonds tour will finish with North America in November.

Luckily being busy with concerts has been keeping Rihanna's mind off the intruder.

She has been using Twitter to post pictures of herself enjoying South Africa, including snaps with cute animals.

"Hellooo Mama Africa, how are you? (sic)" she posted on the social networking site.

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