Kirsten Dunst Granted Three-Year Restraining Order
Actress Kirsten Dunst has won a three-year restraining order against a French fan who allegedly turned up outside her home uninvited.
The Spider-Man star was granted a temporary court order against Jean Christophe Prudhon, 51, in December amid allegations he sent her more than 50 love letters and jetted to the U.S. to meet her face-to-face, even confronting the actress' mother on the doorstep of her home.
The order was due to expire at the end of the month but Dunst received an extension, guaranteeing her protection through the New Year.
And on Monday, Superior Court Judge Carol Boas Goodson banned Prudhon from contacting the actress or her mother Inez until the year 2015.
Dunst did not appear in court for the Los Angeles hearing.
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