Paul, who plays Lt. Stephanie Holden on 'Baywatch', is ordered to stay away from an alleged stalker and not to harass her in any way.
An alleged stalker of Alexandra Paul, Nicole Albrecht, has been granted a restraining order against the "Baywatch" star. Under the order, the actress is prohibited from harassing, intimidating, molesting, attacking, striking, stalking, threatening, assaulting, hitting, or abusing Albrecht.
According to TMZ, the incident concerning the two women started in 2011 when Albrecht and her brother went to Paul's Pacific Palisades house and asked if they could use her bathroom. Paul said yes. Albrecht later made another visit and brought a present. The German citizen, however, allegedly showed up three times in a week following the second visit. Albrecht reportedly also went to the same pool and gym as Paul.
Paul and her husband requested a restraining order against Albrecht in August, claiming that the woman followed her every move. "This woman, Nicole, is from Germany and 'Baywatch' is extremely popular there," she said in the filing.
After speaking with a mediator, the two parties agreed not to interact with each other in any way. Later in October, Paul was upset after seeing Albrecht in the pool. Albrecht, however, fought back, saying that she was also a member of the community pool. Albrecht petitioned a judge to order Paul not to harass her and won. The site noted that Paul was also granted restraining order against Albrecht.