Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash was granted a temporary restraining order against a man he says tried to gain access to his property, according to TMZ.
The perp allegedly attempted to convince Slash's girlfriend he was buddies with Slash and tried to enter the guitarist's home during a Super Bowl party. When she told him to get lost, the man allegedly became irate, and rang the doorbell multiple times and smashed the house’s security camera. The guy came back to Slash’s place two weeks later trying to crash another party. When he was turned away, he sat on his motorcycle in the parking lot revving its engine.
Boy, I guess he showed him.
Guns N' Roses have been off the road since November when it completed the North American stadium and arena run leg of their "Not In This Lifetime" reunion tour, which is set to resume in Europe this summer.
He'll be able to afford to replace the security camera, since GN'R has grossed over $400 million dollars so far on this jaunt.