A California judge has granted a restraining order for keeping an accused stalker away from actress, Jennifer Love Hewitt who hopes this will end her year-long ordeal.
The actress and her attorney, John Jacobson, stated in court that David Nolte, 62, allegedly sent her several letters describing in lurid detail violent sexual fantasies involving himself and the brunette beauty.
Hewitt said in a legal petition submitted by her lawyer that Nolte actually sold his home in Colorado and moved to LA in an attempt to be closer to the not-so-obscure object of his desire.
Nolte then appeared at Hewitt's mother's home in December sending the actress into a panic.
"I never know when he's going to show up and I'm frightened", Hewitt reportedly told the judge.
The judge in Burbank granted Love Hewitt's request Monday for a three year restraining order against Nolte.
Meanwhile, Nolte has maintained all through the strange stalking case that he is a ghost and needs to talk to her.