Kobe Bryant’s eldest daughter, Natalia, was granted a temporary restraining order against an alleged stalker “obsessed with her and guns.”
Natalia Bryant, daughter of the late Kobe Bryant, has filed a restraining order against a 32-year-old Sun Valley man, claiming he has been stalking her since she was a minor.https://t.co/lMAkKDcPHW
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) November 22, 2022
According to Radar Online, a judge has issued a protective order for the 19-year-old against Dwayne Kemp, 32. Kemp has constantly been harassing her since 2020, assuming they are dating.
Court documents state Kemp has made unwelcome trips to the University of Southern California, including the area around her classes. Furthermore, he unexpectedly and uninvitedly showed up at her sorority house.
She also addressed several alarming direct messages in her bombshell filing.
“I’m Coming To Visit Soon,” one allegedly read.
Kemp reportedly sent her a picture of her legendary father and a creepy message.
“Thankful For Him Birthing You, Hopefully, We Can Birth Him… ‘Kobe,'” Kemp wrote.
According to the documents, Kemp —who was referred to as an “online gun enthusiast”— hoped to have “a Kobe-like child together.”
According to court records obtained by TMZ, Kemp has been found guilty of at least four offenses, one of which involved a firearm.
In the documents, Natalia claimed that Kemp’s “extreme, outrageous, and escalating behavior” had “seriously harassed, alarmed, and distressed” her.
“I am terrified that [he] is trying to find me to make in-person contact with me at my school, my home, etc., and is stalking me, ” she frightfully wrote.
“I don’t feel safe,” she concluded.
Kemp is required by the temporary restraining order to keep Natalia at least 200 yards away.