Ryan Gosling can rest easier: Wins restraining order against alleged stalker
Ryan Gosling obtained a restraining order on Wednesday against a woman who has allegedly been stalking him for the past three months.
According to TMZ, the reason the woman has been harassing the Only God Forgives actor is because she believes she is his "twin flame." According to court documents obtained by the site, the woman has been identified as Grace Marie Del Villar, and she has allegedly been harassing Gosling with emails and packages.
In one particular package, Del Villar sent a "a torn-out page from a magazine featuring Eva Mendes and stapled a copy of her contact info to the page," TMZ reports.
The actor also claimed Del Villar had been sending multiple email messages to Gosling's older sister Mandi, including one that read, "I am kicking your brother's head." Mandi also has been awarded a restraining order against the alleged stalker.
TMZ says Del Villar's behavior became even more disturbing after she turned up at the actor's house after traveling from New York City, New York, to Los Angeles, California. Del Villar allegedly "rang the security gate and said she was 'Ryan's twin'" before leaving a random doll catalog at the gate.
Gosling and Mendes recently welcomed a baby daughter, Esmeralda, into this world so their security concerns have been heightened, but they may be able to rest a little easier now because according to TMZ, the restraining order mandates that Del Villar must stay 100 yards away from Gosling, Mendes and their infant daughter.