Saving Brad Pitt

A woman accused of sneaking into actor Brad Pitt’s home (and staying there for 10 hours until a housekeeper discovered her) is forbidden from contacting or being near the blond hunk for three years under a protective order approved by a Los Angeles court commissioner on Wednesday. Commissioner Victor Reichman granted a request today by Pitt’s attorneys to extend a temporary restraining order brought against Athena Rolando, 19, shortly after she was found in the actor’s home on Jan. 7. Pitt did not appear in court, but Rolando showed up and represented herself at the hearing. After admitting that she sent the “Meet Joe Black” star candy and gifts even after she was caught in his home, Rolando was ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from Pitt. Rolando told reporters she was disappointed that Pitt didn’t attend the hearing. “I wasn’t hoping to see him,” she said. “I was expecting it.”

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