Charli XCX takes out restraining order after intruder gets naked in her hot tub
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Charli XCX has had to take out a restraining order against a fan who broke into her property over the weekend.

Charli XCX has had some pretty overzealous fans in the past – including one who asked her to pose with an urn of their dead mother’s ashes, but this encounter went way too far.

Charli – real name Charlotte Emma Aitchison – is a pop musician and performer, reportedly valued at over $4m.

She's best known for her songs 'Boom Clap' and 'Fancy' with Iggy Azalea.

According to TMZ, Charli XCX had to take out a restraining order against a man who tried to break into her home twice over the last week.

Charli is British but currently living and working in Los Angeles. She filed a temporary restraining order against the fan, who is from Wisconsin.

In court, she also showed evidence that the man had sent her hundreds of messages on social media.

The suspect then allegedly also came to her house in Los Angeles twice – on 24 August and 25 August.

On the second visit, she alleges he walked in and out of her bedroom, stripped naked, and jumped into her hot tub.

Charli reportedly has security footage of the incident, which allegedly occured while she wasn’t at home.

Apparently her roommate confronted the man, who was then arrested by the police in Los Angeles.

He also allegedly lied to the roommate and other people on the premises about who he was, claiming that he had previously lived with Charli in Wisconsin and that he was a friend of hers.

In the documents, the roommate wrote about their experience of interacting with this man, adding that he was acting very strangely and was sweating.

They said: “I asked him to leave three times and as he was leaving, he claimed to have founded the QAnon theory.”

The restraining order was granted, which means that the fan has to stay 100 yards away from Charli, her car and her home.

A few days after the incident, Charli reportedly put that house in LA up for the sale, for $3.65m.

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