Olivia Wilde has reportedly been granted a temporary restraining order to protect her from a man who has allegedly been showing up at her house and leaving notes.
According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, the order was granted on Monday against Eric Nathanial Fuhs, 30, ordering him to stay 100 yards away from the actress and her family, including her ex-boyfriend Jason Sudeikis.
The website reports Olivia claimed she has CCTV footage of Fuhs showing up at her house on multiple occasions and leaving notes falsely claiming to be her boyfriend.
One note was even addressed to her ex Jason, allegedly stating “how she [Olivia] was unhappy in her relationship, and how she wanted to start a new relationship with me.”
The note allegedly added: “This continued almost every day … until January when Harry Styles got credit for what I was doing.”
The Mirror contacted reps for Oliver Wilde who have not provided a comment for publication.
The actress – who is currently rumoured to be dating Harry Styles – split from Jason in November last year after nine years together.
The pair share six-year-old son Otis and four-year-old daughter Daisy.
Meanwhile, Jason and Keeley Hazell recent hinted that they are living together after fans noticed they appear to be in the same house.
Jason, 45, appeared via Zoom at the Golden Globe Awards from his living room to accept Best Actor in a Comedy Series last month.
Former Page 3 glamour girl Keeley, 34, has been posting a string of photos from what looks like the same front room.
Jason accepted his award on that night when the ceremony was done over a video call.
Later, on her Instagram Story, Keeley posted a picture of herself in what appeared to be the same room.
It came after reports that Jason has seen Keeley for a number of dates while he is filming in London.
Jason and Keeley first met on the set of Horrible Bosses 2 in 2014.
Meanwhile, Olivia was previously pictured moving her belongings into a house with pop star Harry.