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Kirsten Dunst Gets Restraining Order Against French Stalker

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Kirsten Dunst got a restraining order against a French stalker who has sold his home and crossed the ocean more than five times in the hopes of seeing her.The man 51-year-old Jean Christophe Prudhon has called Dunst hundreds of times, sat in front of Dunst's house more than 10 times, confronted her mother once and according to TMZ he sent her a letter telling her that he "came across the oceans 5 times to try and meet you, always frustrated by fate who took you away each time."

Now Prudhon is being ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from Kirsten and her mom. An L.A. County Superior Court judge might consider extending the order on December 21.