Pamela restrains stalker
13:30 04 October 2005
Pamela Anderson has obtained a restraining order against a man she fears is stalking her.
The former 'Baywatch' babe is "very happy" with the judge's ruling that William Peter Stansfield, 29, must stay away from her and her family for the next three years.
Superior Court Judge Linda K. Lefkowitz said the actress's claims the man was harassing her were "sufficient, clear and convincing" enough to grant the order.
In court documents, the stunning actress claimed Stansfield had been "stalking and harassing me, my sons and other family members for more than a month."
The blonde beauty says the man approached her mother, her sister-in-law and even her babysitter, which "frightened her tremendously".
Pamela also claims to have seen Stansfield talking to her seven-year-old son, Dylan, at his school.
When she confronted Stansfield, he told her to leave her TV show 'Stacked' and star in a film he had written instead.
Pamela's lawyer, John Gatti, said: "Ms Anderson rightfully is a concerned parent. She's concerned for the safety of her children and other children at the school.
"This was improper conduct and goes way beyond the bounds of decency."
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