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Kirsten Dunst

3 Years Protection

from Obsessed French Fan

1/9/2012 9:15 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

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Kirsten Dunst can say au revoir to her #1 French fan -- a judge just extended her restraining order against the 51-year-old man, who allegedly flew to the U.S. multiple times just to sit outside her house.

TMZ broke the story last month ... a judge issued a temporary restraining order against Jean Christophe Prudhon, whom, Kirsten claims, sent her dozens of letters, and even tried to call her directly hundreds of times.

According to Kirsten, Jean also admitted to sitting outside her home in his car 10 times.

But an L.A. judge extended the order today -- requiring Prudhon to stay at least 100 yards away from Kirsten for the next three years.

According to the order, Kirsten's mom -- who Prudhon allegedly confronted during a recent attempt to contact the actress -- is also protected.

BTW ... during the hearing, Kirsten's lawyer, Blair Berk, gave a shout out to the actress' French lawyer, Vincent Toledano for getting the French stalker served.  He clearly serves a lot better than French tennis players.

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Jackson    

I wish somebody would stalk me. I'm so lonely.

981 days ago
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Pat    

This guy is a French citizen, here in the US harassing an American, so why don't they just deport this creep and be done with it? Before anyone calls her snagle tooth, (which is just stupid) I think she's a little hottie, she has a great body, looks great with little or no makeup and also looks great with the teeth that God gave her. At least she's not one of these plastic hoe's with big fake boobs butt implants and God knows how much in dental work. That's what I like about her and appreciate the most, she's just a down to earth all American Girl.

981 days ago
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NocturnalDirtPeople    

whoa kirsten dunst still has fans wow.

981 days ago
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anony    

Crooked teeth + red lipstick = (barf)

981 days ago
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Doc Rogers    

Doc Rogers says: Threat management involves the process that determines whether to eliminate, mitigate, or tolerate vulnerabilities and protect the client. I am happy to see that they took the threat seriously.

974 days ago

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