Sharon Stone has obtained a restraining order against a man who broke into her home in Los Angeles two weeks ago.
Stone called Bradly Gooden an “obsessed mentally unstable delusional person.” Based on documents obtained by TMZ, Gooden claims to be the son of Hillary Clinton. He also said he wrote the screenplay for “The King’s Speech” at the age of 2.
“I am in fear from Mr. Gooden for my personal safety, and that of those around me, including especially my children and family, as well as my friends and employees,” the actress said.
The break-ins occurred on February 11. Police then found Gooden inside the actress’ home. The man told officers he had come especially from Ohio for the occasion. He believed that his “mother” Hillary Clinton had led him to Stone as a gift for the actress.
“It’s now my house … I live here,” he told cops.
Gooden was placed under psychiatric evaluation. However, he was released three days ago. He seems “undeterred from returning to the property.”
A judge issued a temporary restraining order against him. Gooden will remain at a minimum distance of 100 yards away from Stone and her children.
In 1998, Stone also issued such an order against an overzealous Italian fan. She then dropped her complaint when the man’s family brought him back in Italy.