Stone gets a three-year restraining order against the mentally unstable intruder, Bradly Gooden, who broke into her home in February.
Sharon Stone has won a three-year restraining order against a man who gained access to her home in February. The actress was granted a temporary stay-away order on February 24 and on Wednesday, March 9 that was upgraded.
Stone initially called Bradly Gooden a "mentally unstable" man after he was found trespassing in her Los Angeles home by cops, who responded to an alarm alert. According to official documents, Gooden told cops he was the son of former U.S. First Lady Hillary Clinton and insisted he owned the house.
Stone recently revealed her trespasser is currently "in a lock down at the psychiatric unit". California authorities have confirmed Gooden remains on an involuntary psychiatric hold. Stone was not in court for Wednesday's ruling but she submitted a declaration stating she was afraid of the 38-year-old intruder.