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The recently unengaged Jennifer Love Hewitt obtained a temporary restraining order Monday against a 62-year-old man the actress claims has been stalking her since 2007, according to E! News.

According to Hewitt's petition, which she filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Dec. 23, David Nolte has sent the actress more than 120 "threatening and harassing" correspondences that include "disturbing and violent letters that reference weapons he owns and fantasies he has wherein [Hewitt] is being impaled." Other letters detailed "delusional and violent fantasies about having sexual relations with Ms. Hewitt...marring her, impaling her and envisioning her fiancé with his head blown off," according to court documents.

The petition also states that Nolte, who moved to L.A. from Colorado, has sent Hewitt a package with two plane tickets to Australia and an itinerary for a vacation he had planned for them. Hewitt finally filed the petition after Nolte came to the home of Hewitt's mother on Dec. 21, carrying flowers and three more letters, which he left at the property's gated entrance, per the filing.

"I was terrified when I saw Mr. Nolte," Hewitt said in a statement that accompanied her petition. "Seeing him at my mother's house made me fear for my physical safety."

The order of protection is good for three years and also protects Hewitt's mother and former fiancé Ross McCall, who was living with Hewitt at the time the petition was filed.