Kim Kardashian granted restraining order against ‘stalker’ claiming to be in love with her

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Kim Kardashian isn’t taking any chances with her safety, filing a temporary restraining order on a man she claims has been stalking her property while proclaiming his love for her.

TMZ reports that Kardashian’s attorney Shawn Holley filed the order Friday to protect her client from 32-year-old Charles Peter Zelenoff, whom the reality star claims has been harassing her for months.

Kim claims within court docs that Zelenoff shared social media posts about his desire to pursue a physical relationship with her, as well as disturbing posts about him attempting to enter her property.

She added that the alleged creep filmed videos outside the edge of her property, startling the mother of four, who was tied up and robbed in Paris in 2016.

The Skims founder, 40, is particularly disturbed because it appears the crazed fan is getting increasingly frustrated with his inability to gain access to her, which she fears could result in a violent outburst.

He also has two recent battery convictions, according to the docs.

When asked what is her relationship to him, Kardashian simply wrote, “Stalker.”

A judge granted the restraining order and Zelenoff must stay 100 yards away from Kardashian and her Hidden Hills property.

Unfortunately, delusional fans are nothing new for the beauty, as an unidentified 24-year-old man tried to break into her home in March, telling her security team he was her husband.

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