LA judge grants Sharon Stone restraining order
Los Angeles: Sharon Stone obtained a restraining order Thursday against a man who Los Angeles police say was found in her home earlier this month, claiming the home was given to him by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Bradly Gooden, who a police detective described in court filings as delusional and possibly schizophrenic, was ordered to stay 100 yards away from Stone`s house and her three children. The actress` filings state Gooden was found trespassing at her home on Feb. 11 and police placed him on a psychiatric hold.
He was released earlier this week, the filings state.
Los Angeles Police Department Detective Jeff Dunn wrote in a declaration that Gooden believes Stone`s home was given to him by Clinton and that he penned the screenplay for the Academy Award-nominated film "The King`s Speech."
"It is my professional opinion that Mr. Gooden has a delusional and abnormal fixation on Ms. Stone and her property, and that he poses a real security concern, credible threat of violence, and imminent danger to the health and welfare of Ms. Stone and, potentially, her minor children," Dunn wrote.
Stone also submitted a sworn statement that she was afraid of Gooden, who she has never met.
The restraining order was first reported by celebrity website TMZ.
Stone is perhaps best-known for her role in the thriller "Basic Instinct" and received an Oscar nomination for her role in "Casino" in 1995.