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A Los Angeles judge has increased the 'Basic Instinct' star's temporary restraining order – which was originally granted on February 24 – against "mentally ill" Bradley Gooden, who claims to have entered her home last month mistakenly thinking it was his own.
The intruder – who calls himself Bobby Joe Clinton because he believes he is the son of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton - maintained he had done nothing wrong because his 'mother' had bought the luxury property from the 52-year-old actress as a "present" for him to live in.
Alleging Gooden was "mentally ill" and "possibly a delusional schizophrenic", Sharon obtained the permanent restraining order yesterday (09.03.11), meaning he must stay at least 100 yards away from the star and her three adopted sons – Roan, Laird and Quinn – as well as her home and workplace until March 8 2014.
A Los Angeles police detective who investigated the case ruled that Gooden – who also claims he is an FBI agent and wrote the script to Oscar-winning script 'The King's Speech' at the age of just two – had an "abnormal fixation on Sharon Stone and her property".
In the petition she made to courts in February, Sharon said: "I have been subjected to a course of conduct which has and is seriously alarming, annoying and harassing me. Mr. Gooden's ongoing, physical and harassing conduct are extremely distressing.
"I am in fear from Mr. Gooden for my personal safety, and that of those around me, including especially my children and family, as well as my friends and employees."