Kim Kardashian has reportedly been granted a restraining order from a man who keeps turning up to her Calabasas mansion.
Among his unexpected visits, the man also recently sent the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star plan B pills and an engagement ring, prompting her to take legal action, according to TMZ.
The publication states that the 40 year old filed documents against the man, which alleges that he had shown up to her property several times this year, including February and May.
In one instance, the filed report claims that the man told security at her home that he was there to pick her up for a dinner date.
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The “obsessed” has allegedly also posted fake marriage certificates on social media, claiming that he and the reality star tied the knot.
According to TMZ, Kim reportedly said in her request for a restraining order: “I do not know how long he has been stalking me or attempting to come to my home, but I have no relationship with him and have never met or communicated with him.”
“I have no desire to communicate with him or meet him.
“There is absolutely no reason or legitimate purpose for him to be contacting me or coming to my home,” Kim, who filed for divorce from husband Kanye West earlier this year, concluded.
Following law student Kim’s request, a judge is said to have granted the temporary restraining order, which orders the man to stay at least 100 yards from Kim and her children, North, 7, Saint, 5, Chicago, 3, and two year old Psalm.
He is also reportedly banned from having any contact with her.
OK! has contacted representatives for Kim for further comment.
Just last month, Kim was also granted a temporary restraining order from another “dangerous” stalker Charles Peter Zelenoff, 32.
He had reportedly wanted “to pursue a physical relationship with” mother-of-four Kim.