Actress Olivia Wilde has been granted a three-year restraining order against a man she said continued to appear at her house, claiming to be her lover.
According to TMZ, Monday saw a court order Eric Nathanial Fuhs, 30, to keep away from the Booksmart director, 37, for three years.
The ruling is also extended to protect her ex Jason Sudeikis, 45, and their two children; son Otis, seven, and four-year-old daughter Daisy.
The actress and filmmaker petitioned the court for the restraining order in April at which time she stated that she possessed surveillance footage of Fuhs on her property.
According to TMZ, Fuhs would leave notes claiming he was in a relationship with her and wrote in one message: ‘I, as of March 19, 2021 am now struggling to stay sane whilst being hidden.’
Court documents state that Fuhs penned a note to Sudeikis about ‘how [Olivia] was unhappy in her relationship, and how she wanted to start a new relationship with him’.
According to the outlet, he wrote: ‘This continued almost every day … until January, when Harry Styles got credit for what I was doing.’
Wilde, who is currently linked to singer Harry Styles, said in court papers that last October Fuhs entered a Zoom call she was on.
The former The O.C. star claimed things escalated the harassment to in person.
Wilde and Sudekis broke up last November before she was then linked to Styles in January.
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