"Baywatch" legend Alexandra Paul was granted a temporary restraining order against an obsessed fan who the actress claims has harassed her for a decade and allegedly tried running down her husband with a car last month.
The actress, who starred as Lt. Stephanie Holden in "Baywatch," said a German woman first showed up at her house in 2011 and began harassing her, and she's not relented. The woman has now even turned her ire toward Alexandra's husband, Ian, as she believes he's preventing the women from being together, according to the court documents.
In the filing, obtained by TMZ, Alexandra said the woman approached her at a grocery store in May and tried getting in her car. She then called police, but the woman fled before they arrived. All this led up to an alleged July 4 incident in which the woman parked near Alexandra and Ian's home. Seeing this, Ian went out to get a photo of the woman's license plate. The woman allegedly then "turned on her car and hit him with it and fled the scene."
Police were called, but, as usual, the woman fled.
Since the woman has supposedly been harassing the couple for 10 years, they know who she is. Still, even after the alleged hit-and-run, she has been emailing the couple and "showing her paranoia and hatred" of Ian, the docs claim. She's also apparently defaming him online daily.
Amid the court ruling, the woman must stop all contact with the couple and cannot be within 100 yards of them.