Lindsay Lohan Wins Two-Year Restraining Order
A man accused of showing up at the actress’ court appearances and leaving gifts must stay away from her for two years.
A judge has ordered a man accused of showing at the actress’ court appearances and leaving gifts at her house to stay away from her for two years, the Associated Press reports.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Joseph Biderman ordered a restraining order against David Cocordan after a hearing in Santa Monica, Calif. Biderman said that the man had filed a statement agreeing to the order.
Lohan had filed last month that she was afraid of Cocordan, 38, who she said sent her more than 100 texts. One specifically had to do with having sex.
Currently Lohan is serving a 3-month jail sentence for violating her probation for taking a necklace without permission from a store.