LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actress Lindsay Lohan on Wednesday won a two-year restraining order against a man she says sent her delusional phone text messages and left chocolates at her door.
The order by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Joseph Biderman came after Lohan had obtained a temporary restraining order against David Cocordan.
Lohan did not attend the court hearing on Wednesday because she was serving a home detention sentence for jewelry theft. She is expected to be released around the end of June.
The 24 year-old star of the films "Mean Girls" and "Freaky Friday" said in court papers last month that Cocordan believed he was in a romantic relationship with her.
Lohan also accused him of contacting her with more than 100 unwanted phone calls and sexually explicit text messages since 2009.
Lohan, who was once considered one of Hollywood's most promising actors, has barely been out of the news for four years due to repeated trips to jail and drug rehabilitation.
Reporting by Alex Dobuzinskis: Editing by Jill Serjeant