A man, who has traveled cross-country in a delusional attempt to marry Aniston, has been ordered to stay 100 yards away from the actress' home, places of work and vehicles.
Jennifer Aniston has gotten rid of her stalker. The "Friends" star has been granted a restraining order against a man who had driven cross-country to be with her in a car that had messages including "I love Jennifer Aniston" and "I love you Jennifer Aniston" carved into its hood and driver's side door, TMZ reported.
According to court documents filed on Tuesday, July 20 in Santa Monica, California, Aniston's stalker, Jason Peyton, was arrested after prowling around a place where the "Marley & Me" actress frequents. He also had a sharp object, duct tape and love notes dedicated to her, along with him.
The document mentioned, "Peyton is an obsessed, mentally ill and delusional stalker - with a history of violence and criminal stalking - who drove cross-country in his delusional 'mission' to locate and marry [Aniston], with whom he believes he is in a relationship."
According to the restraining order, Peyton has to stay 100 yards away from Aniston's home, places of work and vehicles. He is also banned to make contact with Aniston's employees, agents, managers and other reps.
Police found Peyton when he spent days trying to find Aniston in Los Angeles. Peyton's father knew that he was looking for Aniston after leaving him with a message stating he was going to California. And it was Peyton's mother who gave cops a heads up.
Peyton has been institutionalized before. He has been ordered to take anti-psychotic drugs but authorities said he stopped taking them in March. According to the site, Peyton believes that he is related to Oprah Winfrey, Jay-Z, Jennifer Lopez, Courteney Cox, Bill and Melinda Gates and Donald Trump.