LOS ANGELES - A judge has ordered a woman not to contact or try to meet actor Jeff Goldblum for the next three years.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Carol Boas issued the order Tuesday in Los Angeles against Linda Ransom after a contentious hearing. Ransom claims she is trying to pursue a case against one of Goldblum's employees, but Goodson told her she was acting irrationally in court.
Goldblum received a temporary restraining order in May after Ransom repeatedly went to the home of the "Jurassic Park" and "Independence Day" star.
The actor wrote in his petition that Ransom has been harassing him for a decade. Police claim she has told them that she will not stop trying to meet Goldblum unless a restraining order is in place.
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