Miley Cyrus has been granted a three year restraining order against Jason Luis Rivera, who broke in to her property wielding a pair of scissors in September.
Miley Cyrus has secured a three year restraining order against her jailed stalker.
The 'Can't Be Tamed' singer - who was left terrified when intruder Jason Luis Rivera broke in to her property wielding a pair of scissors in September - has obtained a protection order against him even though he is still behind bars as she fears for her safety once he is released.
The 40-year-old intruder was sentenced to 18 months in jail, although he is expected to be released in May 2013 due to overcrowding, and the 19-year-old starlet was eager to secure a permanent stay away order.
Miley - who is engaged to 22-year-old actor Liam Hemsworth - has refused to move home in spite of the terrifying incident during which Rivera attempted to enter her gated mansion claiming to be her husband.
A source close to the star has previously said: ''She doesn't plan on moving from her home and will not allow crazy people ruin her life.
''When she is home, she has her own security team that she trusts and is confident they would protect her.
''She will not be affected by the incidents that have happened recently at her house. She is relieved that no one was injured and hurt but moving is not an option.''