Logan Paul has been granted a restraining order against the man who allegedly broke into his L.A. home in February.
The YouTube star filed in L.A. county court on Friday seeking a TRO against a man named Tahj Deondre Speight.
In the restraining order, Logan says that he and his two roommates "are in genuine and legitimate fear for their personal safety."
According to a report in The Daily Beast, Logan made a citizen's arrest after Speight allegedly broke into his mansion. Paul reportedly returned to his home to find the man sitting on his couch charging his iPhone.
Paul, as you'd probably expect, posted a video about the incident on his YouTube page.
In addition to the February incident, Paul claims that Speight showed up to his brother's house on March 27 and was arrested for trespassing.
Paul also claims Speight showed up to his house again on June 8 and was confronted by Paul's security. When asked for his name, Speight allegedly told the security personnel he was "The Antichrist ... Lucifer."
Paul says Speight was seen in the area on June 13 and then rang the doorbell at his home again on June 14.
"As a result of the above-mentioned incidents," Paul says, "Mr. Paul is in legitimate fear for his safety as are those who reside with Mr. Paul."