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Sharon Stone

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A judge trusted Sharon Stone's basic instinct, which was to be freaked out.

The actress has obtained a permanent restraining order against a man who allegedly broke into her house last month, thinking it was his own. And, incidentally, that the house had been purchased for him by his mother, Hillary Clinton.

Alleging that Bradley Gooden was "mentally ill" and "possibly a delusional schizophrenic," Stone obtained a temporary restraining order on Feb. 24, and a Los Angeles judge upped it to permanent status today.

The keep-away order, mandating that Gooden stay at least 100 yards away from Stone and her kids, is good until March 8, 2014.