Kirsten Dunst Granted Temporary Restraining Order Against Frenchman

Jean Christophe Prudhon has sent numerous letters and even traveled to try and meet the star on several occasions

By Bruna Nessif Dec 10, 2011 2:13 AMTags
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The French are just so passionate, aren't they?

Sometimes a little too much, especially in Kirsten Dunst's case. A judge has granted the Melancholia actress a temporary restraining order against a man from Dijon, France, who has written over 50 letters and even traveled to the U.S. to try to meet her.

But that's not all...

Jean Christophe Prudhon wrote in letters accompanying Dunst's petition that he sold his home in France so that he could continue to travel where the actress goes so that he might meet her.

And there's more.

Prudhon also contacted Dunst's mother, who wrote in a sworn declaration that she was alarmed when he came to her door last week trying to meet her daughter.

For now, the French fan is to remain 100 yards away from Dunst, and on Dec. 21, the judge will decide whether to grant a three-year restraining order.