Former LA Ink star Kat Von D was granted a temporary restraining order today against a crazed fan she claims has been stalking her in person and via Twitter.
Von D alleges that Michael Nunn tried to contact her online, showed up at her business and then, on April 29, called her phone from the street outside her house.
A police report filed by Von D (and included in her filing) notes that police searched for suspects when they arrived but found no evidence of suspicious activity.
He also sent a box of candy to her house May 5, alleges Von D. After she told him on May 29 to stop trying to reach her, Nunn tweeted out her phone number.
Her papers allege that Nunn's tweets "delusional and paranoid tendencies, including a belief the FBI is watching him and that celebrities want to harm him."
Nunn's recent Tweets also mention Katy Perry, Adriana Lima, Paris Hilton, Mike Tyson, Hugh Hefner, Shanna Moakler, Hayley Williams from Paramore, and Nikki Sixx.
"Suspect says in his communications that he believes [Von D] and others send him coded messages," the petition states, along with screen shots of some of his Tweets.
A hearing is scheduled for December 21 on Kat Von D's request to make the restraining order permanent. Here's hoping for her continued safety until then.