The photographer accusing Kanye West of battery at LAX Airport this summer won't guarantee that he'll stay away from 'Ye, despite a judge's request.
The judge overseeing the criminal battery charges against Kanye told the prosecutor to get in touch with the alleged victim, paparazzo Daniel Ramos.
The goal was clear: ask him to stay clear of Kanye and not provoke him. Similarly, the judge also ordered West to stay 10 yards away from Ramos.
Not a problem from West's point of view. If he had his way, he'd never see these people again, least of all at his home at 4 a.m. But it's not that simple.
His lawyer, Blair Berk, told the judge that Ramos had been "stalking" and "harassing" Kanye in the past, and fears he will keep right on doing it.
That appears to be the impetus for the judge asking the prosecutor to reach out to Ramos, who is being represented by civil lawyer Gloria Allred.
Yes, Gloria is repping the man who badgered Kanye at LAX.
Ramos claimed he had to consult with Allred before responding to the request, then offered only a "no comment" when contacted after doing so.
Long story short? Dude may not even oblige.
The interesting part, as TMZ notes, is that in Ramos' civil suit against 'Ye, he claims the attack caused him "physical and nervous pain and suffering."
He may still agree. But if he doesn't, it's telling.