According to court documents obtained by E! News, actor and new father Ryan Gosling filed a temporary restraining order yesterday against a 34-year-old woman claiming to be his "twin soul." In the docs, Gosling says Grace Marie Del Villar has "harassed and stalked and sought to have personal contact with" his family.

E! News reports:

According to court docs, Del Villar's repeated attempts to contact the Goslings culminated on Oct. 29, 2014, when she "traveled cross-country from New York to Los Angeles, tracked down and showed up uninvited late at night" at "a Gosling family-member residence and demanded entry and access to the Goslings."

According to Gosling, Del Villar has tried to contact himself, his sister, his mother, his girlfriend Eva Mendes, and his managers and directors.

In the court docs, Gosling claims Del Villar is "delusional" and "believes she knows the Gosling family, and that they know her, and that they are actually searching for her and have been for the past three-years." E! News notes these bizarre details:

In one disturbing message to Gosling's sister, his lawyers claim Del Villar said, "FYI…I am kicking your brother's ass and his head for his darkness..." According to the docs, she also sent "a church pamphlet with [her] hand-written notes on it" to his sister, a "page torn from a magazine which featured Eva Mendes" to his manager, and "oddly, a doll catalog" to a Gosling-family residence—each with her contact information attached.

Del Villar says Gosling is her "twin soul...literally the other half of our soul."

A judge will rule whether or not to extend the restraining order during a court hearing next month.

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