An Ellen Page stalker who had threatened to kill the actress has been ordered to stay away from the “Juno” star thanks to a court ruling.
According to TMZ, a judge has ordered Ellen Page’s stalker to “stay the hell away” from Page “or else.”
The man in question is named Joshua Michael Myers. While his age is not yet known, it’s reported that Myers was an Internet stalker of Ellen’s. What set off alarm bells for the LAPD was a recent threat against Page made on Twitter.
On Twitter, Myers is said to have tweeted the following:
"I'm going to murder Ellen Page,” tweeted Myers, adding, “She's dead."
Ellen Page was in court during the ruling. Once the day had concluded, a judge had ruled that Joshua Michael Myers is not allowed to contact Page in any way possible for three years.
Ellen Page rose to stardom years ago thanks to her work in the film “Juno.” She’s since gone on to star in “Inception” and will soon lend her voice and likeness to the upcoming video game “Beyond: Two Souls.”