Jennifer Lawrence gets restraining order against intruder who broke into her home

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Jennifer Lawrence (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
Jennifer Lawrence (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

The Hunger Games actress and her husband, Cooke Maroney, were home when a woman nonchalantly bypassed security and waltzed in through their front door, Page Six reports.

The woman, who’s since been identified as Chelsea Fraser, reportedly went into the actress's property and opened the front door in an attempt to meet her in person.

The X-Men star and her beau managed to restrain the intruder until security and police officers from the Los Angeles department arrived, according to Daily Mail

“A female was arrested. She was arrested for trespassing,” a cop told The Sun.

Jennifer’s home, which is in an exclusive gated community, was previously owned by Ellen DeGeneres and Jessica Simpson before she purchased it in 2014 for R137 million.

Sources: Page Six, DailyMail, The Sun

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