Pamela Anderson Victorious in Restraining Order Bid

Pamela Anderson scooped a legal victory this morning, when a
California judge granted her request for a restraining order against an alleged

The hearing ended in a matter of minutes, with the Santa Monica Superior
Court judge stating there is clear and convincing evidence to issue a
three-year restraining order against William Peter Stansfield, 29.

Neither Anderson nor Stansfield were present in court.

The former Baywatch beauty had claimed that English-born Stansfield followed
her all over Malibu, California, where she lives with her sons Brandon, nine,
and Dylan, seven.

In court papers, Anderson alleged that Stansfield harassed her brother, her
assistant and most recently showed up at her children’s school.

According to the court documents, Anderson confronted Stansfield at her
children’s school, stating, “He began talking to me, explaining that he wanted
me to stop working on [my TV sitcom] Stacked and work on a movie with a script
that he had written for me.”

Stansfield had allegedly been camping in a tent in Malibu–not far from
Anderson‘s home.

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