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Jhene Aiko and Big Sean are seeking court-order protection from a creepy fan they say keeps showing up to their concerts, events and home.

Jhene beelined it to court Monday and filed for a temporary restraining order against a 29-year-old man named Ian Craig Lees, who she claims recently snuck onto her Pacific Palisades property.

In the docs, Jhene says despite being a total stranger, the guy appears determined to make contact with her … and now she says she fears for her life.

Jhene claims the guy’s been going to her shows and events, and things reached a head earlier this month when he allegedly got into a physical altercation with the residential security in her neighborhood.

The singer claims the guy breached their gated community security post and got inside the home she shares with Big Sean, their son and her daughter.

Jhene’s trying to get a temporary restraining order barring the guy from coming within 100 yards of her, Big Sean or her kids … but a judge denied the TRO request for now, and instead, set a court hearing for Sept. 14 on the matter.

As previously reported, Sean and Aiko welcomed their first child, Noah Hasani, back in November 2022. “After 24 hours of labor, a lunar eclipse, with rain from the beginning of labor till he was born, he’s here safe and sound,” the Detroit rapper stated on Instagram after his girlfriend gave birth. “Happy, healthy, and everything we could ever ask for and more. Any and everything for you, son.”

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