(LOS ANGELES) -- Actor Jeff Goldblum was granted a three-year restraining order Tuesday against a woman he claims has been stalking him for more than 10 years, reports Eonline.com. The actor did not attend the hearing.
The woman, identified as Linda Ransom, was not happy about Los Angeles Judge Carol Boas Goodson's decision, and yelled at the judge.
Judge Goodson snapped back, "Mr. Goldblum wants nothing to do with you. This harassment has got to stop."
Ransom, who, according to court papers is a former mental patient, responded, "Mr. Goldblum is being harassed because the legal system is negligently violating my rights."
Ransom admitted showing up at Goldblum's residence uninvited, but claimed she did so because one of his employees attacked her. Judge Goodson advised Ransom she needed to file a lawsuit against that specific employee instead of trespassing on Goldblum's property.
Judge Goodson ordered Ransom to stay at least 100 yards away from Goldblum until June 12, 2015.
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