DiCaprio granted 3 years' protection from woman
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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A judge has granted Leonardo DiCaprio a three-year restraining order from a woman who, he said, claims to be his wife and to be carrying his baby.
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A Los Angeles judge granted the actor court protection from Livia Bistriceanu after a brief hearing Friday. Court filings state that Bistriceanu traveled from Chicago to Los Angeles and acted aggressively when she showed up at DiCaprio's home and business offices recently.
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Bistriceanu, who has been twice 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.
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.
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