Chloë Grace Moretz can breathe a little easier now after a judge on Friday granted a permanent restraining order against the man she claims has been stalking her.
According to court records, the permanent restraining order will last for three years, expiring on July 26, 2022.
The initial temporary restraining order was requested by the actress' brother, Brandon, who appeared in court today and testified to make sure the permanent order was granted.
As The Blast first reported, Brandon Moretz obtained a temporary protective order against an 18-year-old man who has been a consistent "unknown trespasser" at the family home.
Brandon claimed on June 30, the guy climbed over the gate to the family's private residence and began "violently banging on the doors and windows of the residence to attempt to gain access to Chloe Moretz or her family."
The Moretz family called police, who came and placed the guy under arrest. However, he returned on July 1 and attempted the same thing.
Cops were once again called and the man was arrested for stalking.
Brandon was the one who filed for the TRO and made sure to include Chloë, as well as her brother Trevor and mom Teri.
He explained that Teri, Trevor, and Chloë live together and made it clear that everyone in the family has been threatened by the alleged stalker.