AceShowbiz - Keira Knightley was alarmed after a male fan declared his love for her during her Broadway debut over the weekend. Afraid that he could be a stalker, the mother of one reportedly has filed an official harassment complaint with the New York Police Department.
"She was scared. She wanted to document the incident to start a paper trail in case this guy turns into a stalker," a law enforcement source told Page Six. "If he starts following her around and showing up where she is, then she can get an order of protection against him, but only with a paper trail."
The man in question disrupted Knightley's performance in Helen Edmundson's play "Therese Raquin" by throwing a bouquet of flowers onto the stage and shouting, "Will you marry me?" to the actress. He was arrested, issued a summons for disorderly conduct, and then released.