Lindsay Lohan, the American actress currently serving a home detention sentence for jewellery theft, has won a two-year restraining order against a man who sent her explicit text messages and left chocolates at her door, reports Reuters. Lindsay Lohan was granted the order by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Joseph Biderman on Wednesday (8th June 2011).
Lohan did not attend the hearing because of her home detention, but Judge Biderman agreed to the temporary restraining order against Mr David Cocordan. The 24-year-old actress, best known for her roles in 'Mean Girls' and 'Freaky Friday', said in court papers that Cocordan believed he was in a romantic relationship with her, accusing him of contacting her with more than 100 unwanted phone calls and sexually explicit messages since 2009. The judge agreed that Cocordan did constitute a threat and ordered him to keep a distance of at least 100 yards from Lohan for the next two years. The actress is currently seeing out the remainder of her 35 days house arrest at her Venice home. She is reportedly performing community work at a downtown women's centre, as well as working at the L.A. Country Coroner's Office.
Lindsay Lohan was recently cast in the forthcoming crime-drama 'Gotti: Three Generations', with Al Pacino, John Travolta and Joe Pesci. The movie tells the true story of crime mob boss John Gotti and his son John Gotti JR.