Ryan Gosling’s Stalker Disappears; Gosling’s Restraining Order Is Dismissed

By Kathleen Villaruben | 3 years ago
Ryan Gosling’s Stalker Disappears; Gosling’s Restraining Order Is Dismissed

Ryan Gosling is known for his charm and muscular body. Although it is expected that he can have a crazy fan, Gosling is actually dealing with a serious matter to protect himself and his family. He is frustrated because his stalker mysteriously disappeared. Read on for further details.

According to Gosling’s lawyers, they cannot find Grace Marie Del Villar anymore. She is a fanatic who appeared in the house of the actor’s family member during nighttime and sent offensive packages and e-mails to Gosling. TMZ reported that one of packages was a torn-out page from a magazine featuring Eva Mendes. The stalker’s contact information was allegedly stapled on the page.

Harassing Gosling was not enough for Del Villar because she also flooded his sister’s e-mail account with messages stating “I am kicking your brother’s head.” She also traveled from New York to Los Angeles to attempt entering Gosling’s family home. She said she was “Ryan’s twin” when the security asked her who she was. To compensate the failure of visiting the house, she left a doll catalog.

Del Villar was reported to live in New York City, but Gosling’s investigators cannot locate her. The court dismissed the case on Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, because the stalker must be personally served.

In November 2014, Gosling filed for a restraining order against Del Villar. Although it got expired, he wanted to extend it for three years. However, Inquisitr reported that it will only be extended if Del Villar will show up.

The restraining order demanded to have Del Villar 100 yards away from Gosling, Mendes, their daughter Esmeralda and the actor’s sister Mandi.

Gosling’s team has nothing else to do but wait for Del Villar to be found.

There you have it for the recap on Ryan Gosling’s stalker. For more celebrity updates, follow Movie News Guide (MNG).

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