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Olivia Wilde gets 3-year restraining order against alleged stalker

Olivia Wilde has been granted a permanent restraining order against her alleged stalker.

The order, issued on Monday and obtained by Page Six, requires Eric Nathaniel Fuhs to stay away from Wilde, her ex Jason Sudeikis and their two children, Otis, 7, and Daisy, 4, for three years.

It will expire on May 3, 2024.

As Page Six previously reported, the “Booksmart” director received a temporary restraining order against Fuhs in April after he allegedly claimed to be in a relationship with the star and showed up at her house to complain about her romance with Harry Styles.

One note allegedly penned by Fuhs was addressed to 45-year-old Sudeikis, claiming “how [Olivia] was unhappy in her relationship, and how she wanted to start a new relationship with me.”

Fuhs allegedly added, “This continued almost every day … until January, when Harry Styles got credit for what I was doing.”

He also allegedly wrote a more ominous note to the 37-year-old “The O.C.” alum, writing, “I, as of March 19, 2021 am now struggling to stay sane whilst being hidden.”

The “Ted Lasso” star and Wilde ended their engagement in early 2020 though news of the split didn’t break until November.

Wilde and 27-year-old Styles went public with their romance in January 2021 at his agent’s wedding at the San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, Calif.

Wilde and Sudeikis remain amicable, with Wilde even joking about his penchant for wearing hoodies to virtual award shows last month after he thanked her at the 2021 Critics Choice Awards while accepting his “Ted Lasso” win.