Miley Cyrus, pictured here at the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, was granted a temporary restraining order against a home intruder.
Miley Cyrus isn't messing around with her safety.
The pop star has obtained a temporary restraining order against Jason Luis Rivera--the 40-year-old man who was convicted of trespassing at the singer's home.
According to the restraining order, the former Hannah Montana star asked that Rivera also be ordered to stay away from Wendy and Catlin Green, whom Cyrus describes as family friends. The restraining order request states that Wendi and Catlin were on Cyrus' property on Sept. 8 when "Rivera illegally entered the premises under the delusional belief that he was married to Cyrus."
Back in September, Rivera hopped the fence of Miley's L.A. home and proceeded to wield scissors around her yard. The 19-year-old starlet was not there at the time, but two family friends--who have now been identified as Wendi and Catlin Green--were present and called the police.
The Greens and Cyrus are asking that Rivera be ordered to stay 1,000 yards away. Even though Rivera has been in jail since his September arrest, Miley wants the order in place in case he is released.
A hearing will take place Nov. 16 to decide whether to extend the temporary order.