Kat Von D now has some protection against a crazed stalker and fan who has exhibited "delusional and paranoid tendencies."
Tattoo artist Von D secured a restraining order against crazed fan Michael Nunn, ordering him to stay 100 yards away from the "L.A. Ink" star, from Los Angeles County Superior Court, TMZ reported. The restraining order is temporary. A hearing is scheduled for later this month to determine whether to make it permanent.
Von D has encountered Nunn numerous times over the past seven months, according to TMZ. In April, he showed up at her home and called her phone. In June, he appeared at one of her public events.
In May, Nunn sent a box of candy to Von D's house using her birth name, Katherine Drachenberg, E! News reported. Later that month, after she told him to stop trying to contact her, he tweeted out her phone number.
The paperwork filed by Von D for the restraining order alleges Nunn's tweets reveal "delusional and paranoid tendencies, including a belief the FBI is watching him and that certain celebrities want to harm him," according to E! News.
Recently, Nunn has tweeted other celebrities like Adriana Lima, Piers Morgan, Mike Tyson, Nikki Sixx and Hugh Hefner.
The crazed fan is not the only trouble Von D has had to deal with lately.
In November, the 30-year-old split from Canadian producer boyfriend Deadmau5. Von D announced the split to fans, tweeting, "Man, I sure was wrong. But at least he made it a no-brainer to break that off. Lesson Learned." However, the two were spotted holding hands in Los Angeles soon after announcing the breakup, suggesting the relationship may not be over just yet.