Jenny Lewis — a musician and actress who is best known for her role in the classic 1989 comedy, "Troop Beverly Hills" — has gotten a restraining order against a fan who she claims once chased her in her car for 15 minutes.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Lewis claims the woman, Emily Elizabeth Cradduck, has shown up at her concerts and other events for the last three years. She says the harassment has extended to social media, as well.
Lewis claims on December 19, Cradduck showed up to a benefit concert and asked to speak with her. Lewis declined and later that night, Lewis claims she saw Cradduck outside of her home, leaving a package at her front door.
Rather than engaging with her, Lewis says she turned her car around but claims Cradduck spotted her "chased me in my car for 15 minutes."
Lewis was granted the temporary restraining order, which bars Cradduck from coming within 100 yards of her. A hearing to make the order permanent is scheduled for next month.
While her acting career didn't quite take off, Jenny Lewis has achieved musical success both as a solo act and as the lead singer and guitarist for the band Rilo Kiley.