Pam Anderson Seeks Restraining Order
Pamela Anderson has filed a request for a restraining order against a man she claims has been "stalking and harassing me, my sons and other family members for more than a month," court records show.
In court documents obtained by the TV show Extra and dated Sept. 15, Anderson said she saw William Stansfield, 29, talking to her 7-year-old son at school. She said when she approached him, he told her he wanted her to stop working on her TV series Stacked and commit to a movie he had written for her.
"I was very uncomfortable and immediately told him to leave us alone, and my sons and I left the school," the former Baywatch star stated.
Anderson, 38, cited three other incidents in which Stansfield allegedly confronted her mother, sister-in-law and a baby sitter that "frightened me tremendously," the declaration also states.
A hearing is scheduled for Oct. 3 in Los Angeles Superior Court.
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