Actress Natalie Portman has reportedly filed a restraining order against a man who she claimed tried to enter her house. The man called himself “John Wick,” the lead character played by actor Keanu Reeves in an action-thriller movie by the same name.

The Blast obtained a copy of the temporary restraining order (TRO) filed by the actress on Jan. 31. The publication chose to withhold the name of the suspect mentioned in the filing as the specific details of the incident were not immediately clear.

All that was known was that the man showed up in front of Portman's house and attempted to enter the gate when he was apprehended by the police. The Los Angeles Police Department had filed a petition for a firearms restraining order against the same individual a couple of weeks before Portman’s TRO and according to the Blast, both of them were connected.

According to the petition, “a high-prole actor of international notoriety” complained about a man trespassing on her property, who “rang the intercom/doorbell multiple times but said nothing when attempts to engage him were made over the intercom.”

The petition further stated that the man identified himself as John Wick to the police officers when they confronted him, “even though even though officers had his Colorado Driver’s License which confirmed his true identity.” One of the officers involved in the case added that when his partner called the man by his real name, he would not answer and said he preferred to be called “John.”

“His responses were limited and delayed,” the petition added.

The suspect claimed “he had spoken to the reporting person several times, telepathically, and that he had traveled from Colorado to Los Angeles to meet the individual,” which was Portman.

Although the petition for firearms restraining order was granted after the suspect was placed on psychiatric hold, it was not clear if Portman’s restraining order was granted.

Recently Portman gave a number of interviews condemning school shootings, which formed the backdrop of her latest movie “Vox Lux” released in December. In the movie, she plays the character of Celeste, a 13-year-old music prodigy who survives a horrific school shooting in Staten Island, New York, in 1999 – a not-so-subtle reference to the Columbine High School massacre in Jefferson County, Colorado, where 15 people died.

“I think that these violent events are very particular to this moment in history,” Portman told Junkee in an interview. “I hope that it’s going to change for the better, of course, but I think that terror attacks and school shootings are certainly a thing that we have happening [in extreme] now that haven’t really happened before like this, to this extent.”