Gwyneth Paltrow Has Been Granted a Permanent Restraining Order Against a Fan

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Celebrity A-lister Gwyneth Paltrow first took out a temporary restraining order in April 2014 against Nickolaos Gavrilis because he has been trying to gain access to her homes in both the United States and in the UK.

These are homes that Paltrow has shared in the past with her estranged husband, Chris Martin, lead singer of the band Coldplay.

The first time he attempted to break into the home on April 4, Gavrilis was brought to court between the 12th and 17th.

In a Los Angeles Court, the restraining order was made permanent. Chris Martin has been added as an additional protected person, with a handwritten note beside the form which was obtained by TMZ stating that he resides with Paltrow.

The order bans the man from coming near either celebrity, or within 100 yards of them, until 2017.  According to E!  the latest break-in happened at the Los Angeles home on the 4th of April.

At this time it is unknown whether or not the couple were in town for the break-in, as they were reported to be in the Bahamas during a previous week, a retreat after announcing the separation of the pair. However, Gwyneth was seen in Los Angeles on April 7th.

Together she and Martin have parented two children, Moses and Apple, who were no doubt crucial in their decision to make the restraining order permanent.

They also have begun a trend now known as conscious uncoupling, in which they choose to forgo their marriage of over 10 years in favor of mutual friendship and separation.