Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Victor I. Reichman has issued a temporary restraining order against Agostino P’omato, who allegedly appeared at Sharon Stone’s Los Angeles-area home on March 19 to announce that he intended to “take her and marry her,” reports the Associated Press. According to court documents, the order prohibits P’omato, 32, from being within 100 yards of the star, or her husband, San Francisco Chronicle executive editor Phil Bronstein, or their infant son. The order reveals that P’omato allegedly told an employee at Stone’s home that he “had come all the way from Italy to marry her” before police took him away to a mental health hospital. A hearing is set for April 17. Stone, 43, and Bronstein, 50, also have a home in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco.