Ryan Gosling wins restraining order against ‘stalker’… ordering her to keep away from him, Eva Mendes and their baby daughter. Ryan Gosling has obtained a restraining order on Wednesday against a woman who allegedly has been stalking him for the past three months.
The 34-year-old alleged in court documents that Grace Marie Del Villar has been sending harassing emails and packages, according to an article on Thursday by TMZ. Del Villar has claimed to be Gosling’s ‘twin flame’ and sent him a torn magazine page featuring his 40-year-old partner Eva Mendes with contact information stapled to the page, according to court documents.
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The actor also claimed that Del Villar has been bombarding his older sister Mandi with email messages, including one that read: ‘I am kicking your brother’s head.’ The behaviour allegedly escalated on October 28 when Del Villar travelled from New York City to Los Angeles and arrived at Gosling’s house, according to court papers.
Del Villar allegedly rang the security gate and announced she was ‘Ryan’s twin’ before leaving a doll at the gate. The restraining order mandated that Del Villar stay 100 yards away from Gosling, Mendes and their nine-week-old daughter Esmeralda.
Gosling’s sister Mandi also obtained a restraining order against Del Villar. The actor returned to Los Angeles last week during a break in his film schedule.
He had been away filming the detective drama The Nice Guys in Atlanta alongside Russell Crowe and Kim Basinger. Gosling plays Holland March, a down-and-out private eye in 1970s Los Angeles, who joins forces with hired heavy Jackson Healy – played by Crowe – to investigate the seemingly unrelated cases of a missing girl and a dead porn star. The film is being directed by Lethal Weapon writer and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang director Shane Black and is scheduled for release in June 2016.