Golfer Paige Spiranac Secures 3-Year Retraining Order Against Obsessed Fan

Golfer Paige Spiranac Secures

While Paige Spiranac has gained internet attention, she also faces unwanted attention from people who don’t respect boundaries. She recently had to deal with one such person, a fan who became obsessed with her to the point of becoming a stalker.

To tackle that problem, the professional golfer filed a restraining order in a Los Angeles court in June. Now, new court documents have surfaced showing that she has won the case against the obsessed fan, who was previously known for stalking actress Olivia Wilde.

Paige Spiranac Wins Restraining Order Against Alleged Stalker After Months Of Safety Concerns


According to the documents obtained by The Blast, Paige’s obsessed fan has been legally banned from contacting her for the next three years. The case was presided over by Commissioner Laura as “Judge Pro Tem.”

The judge had looked over a series of evidence, including email copies, a tweet, and a photograph of a letter, before ruling against the alleged stalker named Eric Fuhns. The docs reads:

“After review of the moving papers, and upon consideration of the testimony and evidence presented by the parties, the Court rules as follows: Petitioner’s Request for Civil Harassment Restraining Order is granted. The Court finds that Petitioner has sustained their burden of proof.”

It continues stating that “The Restraining Order is issued for a period of 3 years, and it shall expire on November 1, 2026. Both parties are present at the time the Court makes its orders. Further notice is not required.”

In her initial filing, Paige Spiranac alleged that a 32-year-old man had been stalking her and even following her to tournaments. In the court documents, she stated that the alleged stalking had made her become “extremely anxious and scared.” As the social media influencer wrote:

“Even though much of my career involves making public appearances, I have been scared to share my location with fans. I am scared for my safety. I am extremely troubled by Mr. Fuhs’ delusional belief that he has been communicating with me. I fear that without a restraining order, Mr. Fuhs will continue to attempt to see me, particularly when I have to travel to the Los Angeles area for work.”

She also mentioned that she discovered Eric already had an active civil restraining order against him for allegedly stalking Olivia. The director’s restraining order against him is set to last until May 3, 2024.

Furthermore, Paige was additionally concerned because she found out that he was charged with assault with a deadly weapon in Los Angeles in December 2022. He’s said to even have a history of previous stalking and violent behavior.


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