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Leonardo DiCaprio Granted Three-Year Restraining Order From Alleged Stalker

Leonardo DiCaprio (AP Photo)
Leonardo DiCaprio on July 21, 2010. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)

LOS ANGELES (CBS/AP) A judge has granted Leonardo DiCaprio a three-year restraining order from a woman whom he said claims to be his wife and carrying his baby.

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During a brief hearing Friday, a Los Angeles judge ordered that Livia Bistriceanu stay 100 yards away from the actor.

Court filings state Bistriceanu traveled from Chicago to Los Angeles and acted aggressively when she showed up at DiCaprio's home and business offices recently.

Bistriceanu, who twice has been placed on psychiatric hold, was notified of a temporary restraining order but did not appear in court.

The Academy Award-nominated actor did not attend Fridays' hearing.

Leonardo DiCaprio stated in court filings that he was frightened of  the  41-year-old woman and that she presented a threat to his personal safety.

This court case is different from the woman named Aretha Wilson, who reportedly slashed DiCaprio in the face with a bottle at a party in 2005. She pleaded "not guilty" in a Los Angeles court today and a pre-trial is set for October.