Sharon Stone says she doesn't want to be on receiving end of a Basic Instinct-esque storyline.
And now she's trying to shut down the person she says she's living "in fear" of—a man who claims he wrote the wrote the Oscar-nominated The King's Speech when he was just 2 and that he is an FBI agent who is the son of Hillary Clinton.
But that's not all.
The actress has just obtained a restraining order against Bradly Gooden, who, according to Los Angeles police, broke into her L.A. house and waited there for her to arrive.
According to her court papers, the 38-year-old Gooden claims he was a child prodigy "I have been subjected to a course of conduct which has and is seriously alarming, annoying and harassing me," Stone states in her filing. "I am in fear from Mr. Gooden for my personal safety, and that of those around me, including especially my children and family, as well as my friends and employees."
Gooden had broken into Stone's house on Feb. 11 and was found inside the residence by police. At the time, he told cops he had traveled to the actresses house from Ohio because his mom—Hillary Clinton—bought it from Stone as a gift to him. The complaint says Gooden had given his name to police as Bobby Joe Clinton.
"It's now my house, I live here," Gooden told police when he was caught.
He was then placed on psychiatric hold and released to a halfway house on Monday, but has been insistent the house really does belong to him and "seems undeterred from returning to the property," according to the documents.
"Gooden is a mentally ill individual who has been evaluated by authorities and mental health professionals as delusional and is possibly a delusional schizophrenic," the court docs read. "Gooden compulsively traveled across country to locate [Stone] and her house, which he delusionally believes was given to him, and was recently discovered inside."
Stone, 51, was granted a temporary restraining order that prohibits Gooden from going within 100 yards of her or her children, Roan, Laird and Quinn. He also can't contact her indirectly over the phone or by email.