Keanu Reeves has been granted a restraining order against Stalker

Keanu Reeves may be a very, very beloved celebrity, but one fan/stalker seems to be taking it a little too far and too close for comfort.

So the Internet’s friend Keanu Reeves finally had to put aside his lovable shopping persona and go to court to seek a restraining order against a 38-year-old man named Bryan Dixon who wants to prove he’s related to Reeves.

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Keanu Reeves gets a restraining order against an attacker

After Bryan Dixon kept showing up on his security cameras, Keanu Reeves finally hired a security company to investigate the intruder. Despite being escorted off Reeves’ property several times, Dixon kept finding different ways to break in and show up uninvited.

Dixon first broke into Reeves’ property on Nov. 5, according to TMZ, and the most recent heart attack was on Jan. 20. The “John Wick” star now fears for the safety of himself and Alexandra Grant.

The 58-year-old is represented by Mathew Rosengart, and Rosengart is the same guy who got Britney Spears free.

Rosengart went to court Tuesday and asked the judge to do so temporary restraining order to protect Keanu Reeves and his partner, Alexandra Grant from months of constant harassment.

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