Keanu Reeves’s serious girlfriend Alexandra Grant is asking the court to grant a restraining order against a woman obsessed with the actor.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Alexandra has filed a request for the court to grant her a protective order against an alleged 67-year-old stalker named Cathryn.
The petition says, “respondent is a stranger/stalker engaged in an ongoing course of harassment/threatening conduct for months.”
Alexandra says, “The harassment commenced after Petitioner was romantically linked to world-famous actor Keanu Reeves, with whom Respondent is disturbingly obsessed. Mr. Reeves is aware and included in Respondent’s numerous social media “hate accounts”, which are comprised of literally thousands of posts.” She says the harassment has been going on for the last several months.
She says “over the last several months, and ongoing daily, Ms. Grant has become the victim of an unrelenting and extreme course of conduct by Respondent, who is a stalker and complete stranger. Respondent’s course of conduct has included stalking, cyberstalking, threats, harassment, and other annoying and alarming misconduct.”
Alexandra says the woman has shown up at public places where she scheduled, trespassed on her home and took photos of her car that were then posted online, and constantly “monitoring and tracking Ms. Grant’s activities, including posting photos of Ms. Grant’s residence online.”
The actor’s girlfriend says she has suffered extreme and substantial distress because of the stalker’s “alarming, annoying harassing and threatening course of conduct, which serves no legitimate purpose and is delusional and obsessive.”
Alexandra says the woman has an extensive criminal history and she fears the harassment will continue and escalate. In the court docs, Alexandra says Cathryn has an “extensive criminal history (which includes felony convictions).”
Keanu’s girlfriend asked the court to order Cathryn to stay 100 yards away from her, her home and her work. In addition, Alexandra asked the court to order the woman to stop contacting her on social media.
A temporary order appears to have been granted. A hearing on whether to extend the order will be scheduled.