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    Leonardo DiCaprio Restrains Public Enemy No. 1

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    She might as well be in limbo or on Shutter Island for that matter.

    A Canadian woman accused of slashing Leonardo DiCaprio's face at a Hollywood party five years ago was ordered to keep at least 500 yards away from the Inception star and two witnesses.

    Better late than never. . .

    Aside from issuing the stay-away order,  Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Hillery G. Merritt on Wednesday also raised Aretha Wilson's bail from $60,000 to $150,000.

    The judge said she was concerned about the 40-year-old woman's "willingness and ability to come back to court" considering Wilson went on the lam once already after the June 20, 2005, assault. She fled across the border and took refuge in her hometown of Toronto before being extradited back to Los Angeles last week.

    Wilson is accused of sneaking into a bash in the Hollywood Hills hosted by Paris Hilton sex-tape partner Rick Salomon. According to the cops, she mistook DiCaprio for an ex-boyfriend and sliced his face with a broken beer bottle.

    The attack left the Titanic heartthrob in stitches—literally—needing more than a dozen to close a gash near his ear after he was taken to the emergency room.

    DiCaprio later filed a formal criminal complaint with authorities. A warrant was issued for Wilson's arrest when she failed to report to a police station for booking.

    Wilson, who is charged with once count of assault with a deadly weapon, was eventually busted in Toronto on similar charges a couple of years later and sentenced to jail. After serving time for that incident, Canada authorities handed her over to U.S. Marshalls.

    Wilson's arraignment has been pushed back to Aug. 11.

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