Rihanna’s “future husband” ordered to keep his distance from the star



THE man accused of stalking pop star Rihanna must continue to stay away from her for the next two years.

TMZ reveals that Jonathan Whooper – who called himself Rihanna’s “future husband” – was arrested earlier this month for multiple trespasses at the star’s Hollywood home.

A security guard at the luxury property says Whooper claimed he was going to marry the singer.

A judge in L.A. just granted Rihanna a permanent restraining order against Whooper. He now must stay 100 yards away from her – though RiRi probably wishes it could be ever further away.

Whooper now faces a “mental competency” hearing to determine if he is fit to stand trial for attempted burglary, vandalism, and stalking.


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