After the 'Gossip Girl' actress is granted a temporary restraining order against him, Sergei Mifle says he will stay away from her but adds, 'There will come a time when I'm going to need her.'
Blake Lively will need more than a restraining order to keep an obsessed fan of hers away. The Carol Ferris of "Green Lantern" was granted a temporary restraining order against Sergei Mifle on Tuesday, February 14, but the man himself has since said, "I will stay away, but there will come a time when I'm going to need her."
"I don't want to get arrested. But the restraining order is ridiculous," Mifle told New York Daily News in a phone interview. "I just want to talk to her. I like her very much." He added, "I don't know her personally, but I know her, and I don't want to see her go the way of Lindsay Lohan. Her mind seems set on self-destruction."
Lively filed for the temporary restraining order at Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday. Her petition revealed that Mifle has contacted her mother Elain "multiple times by telephone and by email." It also detailed that Mifle "left Elain a voicemail saying, 'I really would like to not wait anymore for a phone call' and that he needs to talk to Blake 'before it's too late.' "
The documents also dished on the February 1 incident when Mifle appeared on the "Gossip Girl" set and told security that he had a "metaphysical" and "spiritual" connection with her and was there to "guide her." Lively claimed in her declaration that it "made me very nervous and afraid for my safety. I am worried that Mifle might follow me around and harm me."
The "Savages" actress and her mother are now protected by the restraining order. Mifle is not allowed to come within 100 yards of the twosome. He is also told not to harass, intimidate, stalk or contact them. Her TRO will be in effect until March 2 when a hearing will be held.