Jennifer Aniston Wins Stalker Restraining Order
Jennifer Aniston has won a three year restraining order against a stalker who travelled across the US to marry her.
Jennifer Aniston has won a restraining order against an alleged stalker.
The Los Angeles Superior Court ruled Jason Peyton, 24, must stay 100 yards away from the 41-year-old actress for the next three years and refrain from attempting to contact her.
He must also stay away from any of her employees, agents, managers and places of residence or business.
Legal documentation revealed the man had driven across the US last month in a bid to marry Jennifer, who he believed was his girlfriend.
He also wrote a message to the 'Friends' actress on the side of his car, and was caught with "a sharp object", duct tape and love letters to her.
Police detained Peyton on July 20 after a tip-off from his father and he remains in a psychiatric hold, although he has not been charged in connection to the incident.
A policeman at the court hearing - which neither Jennifer nor Peyton attended - claimed he had told him he wanted to marry the actress and have her children.
Jennifer was awarded a temporary restraining order against him after his initial detention last month.