Kirsten Dunst gets restraining order against obsessed French fan
Washington: Kirsten Dunst has attained a restraining order against a 51-year-old alleged French stalker.
Dunst had claimed that the man had flown to the U.S. more than five times to see her and even confronted her mother on her doorstep.
An L.A. County Superior Court Judge granted Kirsten a temporary restraining order against Jean Christophe Prudhon, who, according to the docs sent dozens of letters to Kirsten, and tried to call Kirsten directly hundreds of times, TMZ.com reported.
Dunst’s mom revealed that one of Prudhon’s letters read, ‘came across the oceans 5 times to try and meet you, always frustrated by fate who took you away each time."
In the docs, Dunst has blamed Prudhon of flat out haunting her, saying that he had admitted sitting in his car outside her home 10 times, and on one occasion even walked up to her doorstep and confronted her mother.
The order has compelled Prudhon to stay at least 100 yards away from Kirsten and her mother.
A hearing will take place on December 21 to determine if the order should be extended.