A judge has granted MTV reality star Audrina Patridge a temporary restraining order against a man recently arrested outside her Los Angeles home.
“I can confirm that Audrina Patridge filed a restraining order against an overzealous fan,” her rep confirmed in a statement to E! News. “Audrina and her family have no relationship with this person.”
According to a petition filed in Los Angeles Superior Court Friday, Zachary Loring, 24, first appeared outside Audrina’s home on Aug. 26 and returned several days later. He was arrested on Aug. 30 and released a day later.
During his visits, Loring presented the star, who is also 24, with a packet of letters and drawings, including one that showed a woman being strangled when he first went to her home, the filing reveals.
“Ms. Patridge is in great fear of returning to her home and is currently staying outside of Los Angeles County due to her fear for her personal and physical safety,” her attorney wrote in the restraining order petition.
The order requires Loring to remain 100 yards away from Audrina and her younger brother, Mark, and to not try to contact either of them.
Audrina, a star of the MTV series The Hills, is featured alongside Rumer Willis in the new slasher flick Sorority Row, now in theaters.