A temporary restraining order has been granted against disgraced singer Chris Brown, according to documents exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com.
In a court filing from the Los Angeles Superior Court, a woman with the first name Cassandra accused Brown of continuously stalking her, harassing her, and hitting her.
The report, which was filed on Wednesday June 13, requested that Brown stay at least 200 yards from her, but the court order modified it to 100 yards.
According to court documents, Cassandra, 24, considered filing a police report following the ongoing harassment.
"It happens at random times. He stalks me," Cassandra wrote in the order — also adding he "keeps hitting me."
The two allegedly met at one of the rapper's house parties.
Brown and Cassandra are set to appear before the judge on July 3 for a more “permanent” order of up to five years.
Brown, who became notorious in 2009 for assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna, has has had a slew of other legal battles.
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On May 9, Brown was involved in a battery lawsuit involving in an unnamed woman who claimed "she was imprisoned in Brown’s home, prevented from accessing her cell phone and raped by one of his acquaintances.”
The Blast was first to report the order.
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