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

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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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