Ryan Gosling Gets Temporary Restraining Order Against Alleged Stalker

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Now that Ryan Gosling is a daddy, he’s got a lot more to protect. He was granted a temporary restraining order against alleged stalker claiming to be his “twin flame” or “twin soul.” The alleged stalker, Grace Marie Del Villar has been stalking Gosling and his family, including his mother Donna Gosling and his sister Mandi Gosling. Del Villar, who is from NY has “harassed and stalked and sought to have personal contact with” with the actor and his family.

Gosling has requested that Del Villar stay away from his mother, sister, girlfriend Eva Mendes and baby Esmerelda Gosling. According to E!News, Del Villar traveled to L.A. from NY to see the actor and showed up to the home of one of Goslings family members. In court documents obtained by E!, the actor says Del Villar is  “delusional,” and “believes she knows the Gosling family, and that they know her, and that they are actually searching for her and have been for the past three-years.”

Del Villar has also tried to make contact via email and mail and made threatening statements in one message to Goslings sister, Del Villar said, “FYI…I am kicking your brother’s ass and his head for his darkness…”

Gosling does not know who she is and has had no relationship with her. But he does fear for his safety and his family’s safety. He “has real and reasonable fears for his and his families’ safety, and that of those around them.” Gosling requested a three-year restraining order ordering Del Villar from coming within 100 yards of him and his family. He was granted a temporary restraining order and a court hearing is scheduled for Dec. 10 to see if the order should be extended.

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