Julia Louis-Dreyfus obtained a restraining order against a woman who allegedly threatened to throw a “molotov cocktail” at her home.
The “Veep” star, 58, claimed in court documents obtained by The Blast that the woman “is a stranger/stalker who has engaged in a course of harassing/threatening conduct for many months.” The woman even allegedly went so far as to threaten to throw a grenade or “molotov cocktail” a bottle filled with flammable liquid at her home, the actress claimed.
She also claimed that she and her family endured “a course of harassing/threatening conduct for many months,” including one incident where the woman allegedly put a sign on her car that read, “Julia Louis-Dreyfus is stealing from a homeless writer. It’s claimed in the court papers that the woman “conjured up the delusion that Ms. Louis-Dreyfus somehow stole her writing for use in the award-winning television series, Veep, for which Ms. Louis-Dreyfus has won multiple Emmys and Screen Actors Guild Awards.”
The LAPD was following Dreyfus’ claims and filed a declaration stating that the woman had harassed the actress and her family for over a year before she was granted the order.