Sheryl Crow granted temporary restraining order
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A judge has granted Sheryl Crow a temporary restraining order against a man who is accused of threatening to shoot the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter.
The order requires Phillip Gordon Sparks, 45, to stay 90m away and not attempt to contact Crow, her family or any of her workers.
She wrote in a sworn statement that she is fearful of Sparks because he has claimed in profane online tirades that she has stolen money from him and broken into his house.
She also states Sparks recently went to the offices of an entertainment union and told a worker that he was going to "just shoot" her.