Slash Wins Restraining Order Against Scary Man at Super Bowl Party

Lawrence Kim
March 13, 2018

Slash has been granted a restraining order against a man who was seen acting aggressively near the Guns N' Roses guitarist's home after failing to gain entry.

The 52-year-old is just the latest star forced to file a restraining order as protection from an obsessive fan.

The first unsettling incident happened over the Super Bowl weekend in February when the guitarist was hosting a party, reports TMZ. Again he claimed to be Slash's friend.

Coleman was not let into the home on that occasion, according to the outlet, at which point he menacingly revved the engine of a motorcycle he rode there on.

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.

Slash is dealing with a bit of a scary situation, as he's been granted a restraining order against a man who keeps showing up at his house uninvited. It follows 2014's "Futurology" and the new LP comes out on April 13.

Meanwhile, in Guns N' Roses tour news, The Manic Street Preachers will be joining the band on three dates of their European tour. They will play shows in Berlin, Odense and Gelsenkirchen on June 3rd, 6th and 12th.

The Manics will release their 13th album "Resistance is Futile".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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