Tinashe Granted 3-Year Restraining Order Against Stalker Who Showed Up at Her Home

Back in November, the singer said she was “scared for her life” after the man broke into her home in Los Angeles.

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Tinashe has been granted a three-year restraining order against a stalker who's been targeting the singer online since 2022.

TMZ reports a Los Angeles judge has signed off on a restraining order against against Ramon Oppikofer, a man who was arrested outside Tinashe's home after showing up to the residence unnannounced in November. The court order will remain in effect until Dec. 2026.

Issues between Oppikofer and Tinashe began in 2022, when the man began tagging her in posts on Instagram. Back in October, the man showed up to Tinashe's brother's birthday party, despite not knowing anyone in the singer's family, and handed the 30-year-old a room key, which she handed back. Tinashe called law enforcement but the man had left the neighborhood by the time authorities arrived.

A few days later, Oppikofer showed up at Tinashe's home and rang the doorbell. He was confronted by people inside the home, who told him to leave, before he left the residence without further incident. Tinashe claims Oppikofer returned Nov. 3 and was confronted by her father, as the man attempted to break into her house. Tinashe said she fled to a locked room in the property, which she alleged Oppikofer tried to open.

Tinashe said she was “scared for her life” following the most recent incident, and subsequently filed a restraining order against Oppikofer.

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