Pamela Anderson's Goldilocks
A woman found sleeping in a bed at Pamela Anderson's house was ordered back to her native France immediately after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor trespassing charge, reports the Associated Press. The modern-day Goldilocks -- Christine Evelyn Roth, 27 -- was ordered on Thursday to seek counseling upon her return home and not to come back to the United States without the permission of U.S. immigration officials. If she does return, she has been ordered to stay 500 yards away from Anderson and her family. Deputies arrested Roth at Anderson's Malibu home on March 4. She was booked for investigation of trespassing and stalking, but the Los Angeles County district attorney's office chose not to pursue the stalking charge because they didn't think Roth was a real threat. "There wasn't sufficient evidence of that in this case," Deputy District Attorney Martin Herscovitz said recently. "I think she wanted to see Pamela Anderson, but there was no evidence she was there to hurt her or threaten her." Acquaintances have said Roth told them she traveled from Paris specifically to meet the former "Baywatch" star and tell her she loved her work.
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