Guns N’ Roses’ Slash ‘granted restraining order after man tried to con his way into the rocker’s house’

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Guns N' Roses' Slash 'gets restraining order after man tries to get into house'
Guns N’ Roses star Slash ‘granted restraining order after man tried to break into his house by pretending they’re old friends’ (Picture: Getty)

Gun N’ Roses guitarist Slash has reportedly been left scared and terrified after a stranger tried to force his way into his home, according to reports.

The 52-year-old axe-slinger, who’s originally from England, has been forced to take out a restraining order after a man tried to sneak into his home twice in the space of one month.

The first unsettling incident happened over the Super Bowl weekend in February when the guitarist was hosting a party, reports TMZ.

According to the website, a man tried to make his way into the guitarist’s home by duping his girlfriend as the Guns N’ Roses rocker and pals cheered on the Philadelphia Eagles.

***FILE PHOTOS: Gibson Guitar Players*** Slash performing live at Heineken Music Hall Amsterdam, Holland - 10.06.12 Featuring: Slash When: 10 Jun 2012 Credit:
The man had previously tried to work his way into their home (Picture:

The unknown man is said to have tried to convince Slash’s girlfriend that he was invited to the bash, but when she called him out on his BS he smashed up a security camera.

Then, just two weeks later the same man turned up to an invitation-only party.

On the second occasion he claimed to be Slash’s friend, however, when he was turned away he sat on his motorcycle in the parking lot revving his engine.

It’s not clear why the man wanted to get into the same room as Slash so badly, but it was enough to scare the rock star into heading to court where a judge is reported to have granted a temporary restraining order. has reached out to reps of Slash for comment.

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