Sandra Bullock has been granted a three-year restraining order against the obsessed fan who allegedly tried to kill her husband.
The "Speed" actress was granted the order against fan Marcia Valentine on Friday. And Sandra Bullock can live far from fear now that she's won a restraining against an obsessed fan who allegedly tried to kill her husband Jesse G. James at her California home last month.
The judge said he found "clear and convincing evidence" that Valentine was stalking the actress and extended an existing temporary order to three years. Orange County Superior Court Judge on Friday May 11th issued a three-year restraining order, barring Valentine from contacting or coming within 500 yards of Bullock, Jesse James and / or his three children. The judge also gave the couple permission to record phone calls or videotape Valentine if she violates the order.
Valentine did not attend the hearing and she could not be reached for comment as well. Valentine was arrested in April for investigation of assault with a deadly weapon for driving her Mercedes over Jesse in a confrontation outside Bullock's beach home. She remained free on $25,000 bail pending a May 22nd court hearing.