Jeff Goldblum, Law & Order: Criminal Intent


Hopefully this will give Jeff Goldblum a little peace of mind.

The actor was granted a three-year restraining order on Tuesday morning against a woman who has allegedly been stalking him.

The woman, 49-year-old Linda Ransom, proceeded to erupt in front of  Los Angeles Judge Carol Boas Goodson.

Following the tirade, Ransom was told by the judge to stay 100 yards away from Goldblum until June 12, 2015.

"Mr. Goldblum wants nothing to do with you," Judge Goodson told a shouting Ransom. "This harassment has got to stop!"

"Mr. Goldblum is being harassed because the legal system is negligently violating my rights," Ransom responded back to the judge.

Ransom claimed she went onto Goldblum's property recently because one of his employees allegedly attacked her. Judge Goodson reprimanded Ransom and told her that she needed to file a lawsuit against Goldblum's employee instead of going on the actor's property.

It is also alleged by Goldblum's attorneys that in addition to going on his property, Ransom misrepresented herself to gain access backstage to one of Goldblum's events.

Goldblum was granted a temporary restraining order last month against Ransom, who has allegedly been stalking the actor since 2001. Per the restraining order, Ransom is also a former mental patient.

Goldblum was not in attendance today and his attorney, Blair Berk, never uttered a word during the hearing.

After Judge Goodson granted the restraining order, Ransom continued to argue in front of her until the bailiff told her to go back and sit down.

Outside the courtroom, Ransom demanded business cards from Goldblum's attorneys and told the bailiff that she planned on representing herself. She then stormed down the hallway in a huff.

Ransom met Goldblum 11 years ago while attending one of his acting classes.

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