Los Angeles Superior Court granted the actress a restraining order against Luis Santo III who kept phoning her office.
Actress Rose McGowan has won a temporary restraining order against a man she accused of harassing her. The "Charmed" star requested the order against Luis Santo III, after he allegedly phoned the actress' office, "insisting he is in love with me, demanding to talk to me even though I have never met him or spoken to him."
McGowan filed legal documents in Los Angeles Superior Court claiming Santo threatened her employees when they refused to let him contact her. Twitter.com messages he sent to McGowan were also added to the legal request, with one post reading, "Rose don't hurt me! i will not kidding (sic). u will be gone."
Santo has been ordered to stay 200 yards away from McGowan until a scheduled hearing on March 11, when the actress will request a permanent restraining order.