Rebel Wilson granted restraining order against stalker claiming they have a son

Last Modified: 9th Sep

Rebel Wilson has been given a restraining order against a man who reportedly showed up at the actress’ residence claiming they have a child together.

According to TMZ reports, Wilson’s lawyer filed a temporary protective order against the “delusional” man. It was also alleged that he had been harassing her for months.

In the court documents, the Pitch Perfect star claimed that the man found, entered her Los Angeles home where he dropped out a handwritten note claiming they have a 20-year-old son. The letter went on to describe how they had met at a club in 2001 and things escalated from there.

Rebel Wilson (Image: Instagram)

The Australian actress alleged that the man also came with additional notes for their “son” as well as gifts including a small stuffed penguin.

Rebel Wilson denied getting involved with the said man, saying they have never even met before. She further added that she is afraid for her safety as the man is “delusional by creating in his mind a fictitious history of a relationship he had, and wants to continue to have.”

Since the harassment did not stop, she chose to get a court involved. A judge did grant her the restraining order which required the accused to stay 100 yards away from Rebel Wilson and not make any attempt to contact her.

Wilson, who has been on a weight loss journey, does not have any children. Moreover, she has been open about her struggles with fertility.

She wrote on Instagram in May 2021, “I got some bad news today and didn’t have anyone to share it with...but I guess I gotta tell someone. To all the women out there struggling with fertility, I feel ya. The universe works in mysterious ways and sometimes it all doesn’t make sense...but I hope there’s light about to shine through all the dark clouds.”

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