A Los Angeles Judge granted the Freaky Friday star's request for a restraining order against a man she has accused of stalking and harassing her.
(Now if only His Honor could do the same for the paparazzi?)
Lohan petitioned the court last month to bar David Cocordan from coming anywhere near the actress after the "delusional" 38-year-old not only claimed to be her would-be fiancé but also bombarded her more than 100 text messages, some of them sexually explicit, and showed up at her residence. Court docs also say he would routinely attend her various court hearings, including her April sentencing for violating her probation with the infamous necklace-jacking.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Joseph Biderman agreed with LiLo and LAPD's Threat Management Department that Cocordan did indeed constitute a threat and ordered him to keep a distance of at least 100 yards from Lohan for the next two years.
Neither Lohan nor Cocordan attended today's proceeding.
Lohan is currently holed up in her Venice pad serving out the remainer of her 35 days of house arrest. The thesp is also performing community service at a downtown women's center, as well as doing janitorial work at the L.A. County Coroner's Office.
Lohan's attorney, Blair Berk, declined to comment.