Pamela Anderson filed a request for a restraining order against a man she claims has confronted her and her children
"Baywatch" babe Pamela Anderson has filed for a restraining order against William Stansfield, a fan of hers she claims has confronted her and her children. The actress/model claims the 29-year-old man has been "stalking and harassing me, my sons and other family members for more than a month," according to court documents obtained by the TV show "Extra."
As revealed in the court documents, Anderson claimed to see Stansfield talking to her children Brandon and Dylan at school. And "He began talking to me, explaining that he wanted me to stop working on "Stacked" and work on a movie with a script that he had written for me."
Feeling uncomfortable, the star also mentioned three other incidents that "frightened her tremendously" in which Stansfield allegedly confronted her mother, sister-in-law and a baby sitter. A hearing for the case is scheduled Oct. 3 in Superior Court.