Lindsay Lohan

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Another day, another guy who allegedly thinks he's engaged to a celebrity.

Lindsay Lohan has obtained a temporary restraining order against a man she claims has been creepily stalking her since June 2009 via phone and text message and, more recently, by showing up at her home bearing chocolates and doctored magazine articles.

And they say romance is dead.

According to Lohan's declaration filed along with her petition, David Cocordan has called or texted her more than 100 times to express "delusional thoughts and irrational feelings about his belief that [he and Lohan] are in a relationship."

Lohan states that she has sicced her security director on Cocordan in the past, but that he has continued to "stalk and harass" her, following her to two public appearances and threatening to move close to her residence.

On May 11, Lohan says, he texted her, "I'm glad we are engaged," and told her he had a tattoo of her name. Then, on May 15, he texted her that he was on his way over to bring Lohan something. "I hope youll grant me a reception," Cocordan wrote, per the declaration.

Lohan says that a more graphic, profane text he sent on May 5 has left her fearing that he "intends to sexually assault me."

The declaration also states that an LAPD detective in the Threat Management Department looked into Corcodan and learned that he suffers from schizophrenia, is off his meds and has a "significant psychiatric history of acting on his delusional beliefs."

When contacted by E! News earlier this week when we got word that Lohan was becoming increasingly concerned about the man she has accused of stalking her, she told us, "I'm OK. Hiding out."

—Additional reporting by Katie Rhames and Claudia Rosenbaum

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