Lisa Miceli, the Pennsylvania woman who says Michael Jordan fathered her kid despite two DNA tests to the contrary, has been legally barred from any contact with the NBA legend, his family or any of his representatives.
Judge Gordon Miller granted a permanent injunction against Miceli, 35. She was thrown out of the courtroom after speaking out several times.
Earlier this year, Jordan filed a lawsuit to enforce a 2005 agreement that required Lisa Miceli to stop contacting him after a pair of DNA tests that year proved he was not the father of her four-year-old son.
Lisa Miceli has been barred from any communication with Michael Jordan.
Jordan's lawyers asked for the injunction, saying Miceli has continued to send hundreds of e-mails and make calls to Jordan and his reps.
The judge said Lisa Miceli apparently doesn't understand that the issue is the no-contact agreement that followed the paternity tests.
Lisa Miceli called the ruling "absolutely outrageous" and says that Michael Jordan has violated the paternity test agreement they reached in 2005.
Miceli said the DNA samples were taken in Michael Jordan's lawyer's office and she doubts the veracity of the paternity tests.
"I was supposed to have a witness of mine present (when the samples were taken), so he breached his own contract," Miceli said.