Aniston Trespasser Must Keep His Distance
A homeless man who climbed a fence and wandered into the rented home of Jennifer Aniston has been ordered to stay away from the actress for at least three years.
On Wednesday, a California judge issued a restraining order against David Hesterbey, 48, for his part in the Aug. 25 incident in which he allegedly jumped a fence and walked into Aniston's beachfront house in Malibu, the Associated Press reports.
Hesterbey reportedly took a taxi to Aniston's home, climbed the fence, and then entered through an unlocked door, police said. He told employees at the home that he was "looking for Jennifer."
One employee confronted Hesterbey, who then fled the house, jumped a fence, and ran toward the beach, where police arrested him later that day not far from the home. Aniston was in Chicago at the time, wrapping up filming on her new movie The Break Up.
The restraining order states that Hesterbey must stay at least 100 yards away from Aniston's home, work or vehicle, AP reports.
Hesterbey, who has a prior burglary conviction in Santa Barbara County, remains jailed on first-degree burglary and petty theft charges in lieu of $70,000 bail. He pleaded not guilty to those charges and is due in court on Sept. 26. He could be sentenced to six years in prison.
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