Keanu Reeves is getting protection from a guy he declares appeared at his house, obviously determined on attempting to show they’re in some way related.
The “Matrix” star’s legal representative, Mathew Rosengart, beelined it to court Tuesday asking the judge for a short-lived limiting order … to safeguard Keanu and his partner, Alexandra Grant, from a 38-year-old guy called Bryan Dixon — who he declares is short-term and has actually been bugging them for months.
According to brand-new legal docs gotten by TMZ, Keanu employed a security company to examine Dixon after declaring he kept appearing at the star’s house unwanted, and discovering various methods onto the residential or commercial property.
The docs state Dixon trespassed 6 times from November through January — the very first time, on November 5, he got in through a side gate and dropped off to sleep in the yard prior to getting the boot.
Dixon presumably returned the next early morning and left a “suspicious and alarming” knapsack on Keanu’s residential or commercial property, which they state consisted of a DNA screening package “obviously meant to utilize on Mr. Reeves in a delusional effort to show they are blood-related.”
Keanu’s legal group states Dixon is a total stranger to the star, however they have actually found some warnings — for example, Dixon presently has a bench warrant released versus him in Rhode Island for alleged breaking and going into with felonious intent, having break-in tools and vandalism.
Keanu’s legal representatives declare the man’s rap sheet returns 2 years.
What’s more, Keanu’s camp claims Dixon keeps publishing troubling messages on social networks describing himself as “Jasper Keith Reeves” and has actually set out to designate all of his individual “rights” to Keanu and put Keanu in “charge” of him.
The judge approved a short-lived limiting order disallowing Dixon from coming within 100 lawns of Keanu and Alexandra.
Keanu states the man attempted to enter his residential or commercial property as just recently as Jan. 20, and cops are now included.