Hollywood actor Jacob Elordi, best known for his role in HBO’s hit show “Euphoria,” has reportedly been granted a restraining order against a male fan who has been showing up at his home with unwanted gifts. The fan, identified as 61-year-old Robert Dennis Furo, has a criminal history and has been professing love to Elordi while also stalking him. This is according to court documents obtained by TMZ.
The documents allege that Furo showed up at the the Euphoria star’s Hollywood home twice in February to leave gifts. The gifts included pastries, a bouquet of roses, candies, and a handwritten note. The note, which Elordi submitted as evidence, read
Jacob, I wanted to apologize for 3 sat. ago. Was hoping to catch you in. Wanted you to tell me if you have been sending. I found you on a beautiful Saturday afternoon quite organically without address without getting lost like this time. Would it be possible if you could call. My hands are shaking.”
Jacob Elordi said that he has never met Furo before and that he fears for his safety. He alleged that Furo is monitoring his home or tracking his location. According to Elordi, he only shows up when he leaves the house. The actor said that he is currently shooting a film and is afraid to come back home. He also claimed that Furo has a criminal history and that he is the same person who barged into Nicolas Cage’s house in 2007 while wearing one of his leather coats.
In the court documents, the Euphoria star described two separate incidents in which Furo showed up at his house uninvited. The first incident occurred on February 5 when Elordi was out walking his dog with a friend. When he returned home, he found a bag of pastries hanging over a street-facing side gate.
After he threw the food away, Furo was in his yard a few minutes later yelling his name, professing his love, and calling him by derogatory names. Elordi said he confronted the man and told him to leave. However, Furo didn’t leave until Elordi ran outside to get his license plate and called the police.
A few weeks later, the Euphoria star returned from running errands to find flowers, candy, and another note in his backyard. He also found that Furo had entered his property three times in 30 minutes that day, according to security footage.
A judge has signed off on a temporary restraining order against Furo, ordering him to stop trying to contact Elordi. He also ordered him to stay at least 100 yards away from him, his house, car, and job.