Duff McKagan and his family, which consists of his wife and two daughters, have filed a temporary restraining order against a stalker who showed up at the family's Los Angeles residence while the former Guns N' Roses and current Velvet Revolver and Walking Papers bassist was traveling with wife Susan Holmes-McKagan.

The details, released by TMZ, are strange, since the stalker, Story Walker Bannister, 21, of Phoenix, showed up at the family's abode while Holmes-McKagan's mother was watching the couple's daughters, aged 16 and 13. He asked the grandmother to see "her daughter," so it's unclear if he meant Susan or if he thought that Susan's mother was Susan, which would mean that he wanted to see her daughters. It's confusing and creepy.

Susan's mother claims that Bannister would not leave the property until he saw the person he came to see and declared that it was "destiny" that led him to the home. She called the police, who then ordered a psychological evaluation for Bannister.

The terms of the temporary restraining order indicate that Bannister must keep at least 100 yards away from the McKagan family at all times. There will be hearing next month which will decide if the order will become permanent.