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According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, Guber claims the 23-year-old man --whom we are choosing not to name -- continues to park his car on a private road leading to Guber's home and attempts to make entry.
"He goes up to our gate door and tries to open the door He picks up and looks at our packages that have been delivered to our address," the document states.
In the filing, Guber says "We do not know this person, and have never had any type of dealings with this person." Adding, "He continually trespasses on our private road and property."
Unfortunately, Peter says the nuisance recently became a major problem after the person threatened to shoot and kill him.
"He said he was going to shoot my head off with a .45 caliber gun and kill me," Guber said.
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The documents ask for protection for Peter's wife, Lynda, and several staff members including a chef and the family's housekeeper. "They all work on the property as staff 5 days a week and have access to and from the property they have in the past had encountered or witnessed him," it reads.
The restraining order requests the person stay "2000 yards" away from the family's property as well as their cars etc.
Peter Guber is a very famous Hollywood producer, who turned to owning sports franchises later in his life. At one point, he was the studio chief of Sony Pictures, putting out some of the biggest movies of all time.
Guber is co-owner of the Golden State Warriors and The Los Angeles Dodgers. He is also an owner and the executive chairman of The Los Angeles Football Club.
Guber is also an owner of Dick Clark Productions, a leading independent producer of television programming, including such hits as the American Music Awards, Golden Globe Awards, and So You Think You Can Dance.
The restraining order was filed in the Los Angeles County Courthouse.
It's now up to a judge.
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