Anderson Stalker Got 3 Years Restraining Order
After a careful investigation, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Linda Lefkowitz finds the evidence against Peter Stansfield is "sufficient, clear and convincing." So the judge quickly granted a request Monday by Pamela Anderson for a three-year restraining order against the 29 years old alleged stalker, preventing him from contacting Pam or her family.
Last week Anderson filed a lawsuit, accusing Stansfield of "harassing" and "stalking" behavior that was directed at her and her children. Now, as she's won the case, she may feel save.
Speaking about his client winning, lawyer John Gatti simply commented "Ms. Anderson is rightfully a concerned parent. She's concerned for the safety of her children and other children at the school. This was improper conduct at the school, and it's the kind of conduct that goes way beyond the bounds of decency."
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