Ashley Tisdale

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Ashley Tisdale tweeted it herself: "Today is a great day."

A judge put a stop to the Scary Movie star's own personal horror show today, granting her a three-year restraining order against a young man who, according to Tisdale's complaint against him, tried repeatedly to contact the actress and claimed to be her boyfriend.

Speaking of which, the permanent order of protection stipulates that 21-year-old Nicholas Fiore stay at least 100 yards away from Tisdale and her actual boyfriend, Chris French, according to court documents obtained by E! News.

Where it asked in the filing for Fiore's relationship to the protected person, Tisdale wrote, "Fan/stalker."

In securing a temporary restraining order against him last month, Tisdale stated that Fiore had shown up at her house pretending to be a delivery man and had tweeted her song lyrics with gun and violence references that she found threatening.

"I have been mentally and psychologically harmed because of the harassment because I constantly fear for my safety and the safety of my boyfriend," she wrote. 

TMZ reported Monday that Fiore had, per law enforcement sources, violated the TRO multiple times via social media contact after it was put in place. He is now forbidden from contacting or otherwise approaching Tisdale and French until June 4, 2016.

"I am so blessed to have such amazing fans," Tisdale also tweeted today after Fiore's court hearing. "You guys always look out for me and are so supportive through everything. I love you all #grateful."

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