Robert F. Kennedy Jr. would not have the Secret Service defending him, as he would love, so he is operating to a choose for assist after a man twice tried to unlawfully enter his house.
The 2024 presidential candidate is searching for court-ordered safety from a person named Jonathan Macht, who police beforehand recognized as RFK Jr.’s house intruder.
RFK Jr. beelined it to courtroom Monday and filed for a brief restraining order towards Macht … in line with on-line data. It is unclear if a choose signed off.
TMZ broke the story … Macht was arrested final month after cops say he twice tried to get contained in the Brentwood house the place RFK Jr. lives along with his spouse, Cheryl Hines.
Keep in mind … cops mentioned Macht acquired over the fence and into the yard earlier than being detained by RFK Jr.’s safety till police arrived to arrest him.
Regulation enforcement mentioned the man was launched from custody, solely to return again to the RFK Jr.’s house the next day, main to a different arrest.
What’s extra, Kennedy’s marketing campaign claimed the man requested to talk with RFK Jr., who we’re instructed was house on the time of each incidents.
Kennedy’s workforce says they’ve alerted Secret Service about Macht a number of occasions in current months, labeling him an “obsessed” particular person.
However as Cheryl instructed us on “TMZ Stay,” Kennedy has struck out in a number of makes an attempt to get Secret Service safety, regardless of his robust numbers on the polls and his household’s tragic historical past.
With no Secret Service brokers, it appears like RFK Jr. needs the courts to assist right here.