Actress mum-of-two Gwyneth Paltrow has been given a restraining order against a man accused of sneaking into her family home.
 
The Iron Man actress has taken legal measures against Nickolaos Gavrilis, ordering him to remain at least 100 yards from her, her estranged husband Chris Martin and their two children, Apple and Moses.
 
Gavrilis is accused of trying to sneak into their family homes in London and Los Angeles.
 
The court petition featured details of the incidents from Terry Abbott, Paltrow's director of security.
 
The first attempted break-in reportedly occurred in September 2012, when Nickolaos tried to get into the GOOP mogul's house by saying he had a business meeting with her.
 
Legal action was taken when the supposed stalker reportedly made a third attempt to access the actress’ residence in LA earlier this month.
 
He was also spotted on April 10th near the Tracy Anderson Studio, the actress' regular fitness haunt.
 
The man has also been accused of posting disturbing messages on Gwyneth’s Facebook page, causing her "substantial emotional distress".
 
Dr David Glaser, a clinical and forensic psychiatry specialist, backed up the claims, saying the man poses a "danger of great and irreparable harm to Ms Paltrow, her family, and those close to them."
 
A hearing will take place on May 12th to decide whether the currently temporary restraining order should be made permanent.

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