The eldest daughter of the late Kobe Bryant, Natalia, will certainly get a following regardless of wherever she goes. However, some fans take it to the extreme. Such is the case of a 32-year-old man who pushed Natalia to the point of fearing for her life.

Natalia Bryant reportedly filed a temporary restraining order against Dwayne Kemp who she claims has stalked her in person and also repeatedly sent messages to her via social media.

Fearing for her life, the 19-year-old filed the restraining order at the Los Angeles County Superior Court on Monday, Nov. 21, TMZ reported.

Bryant told the court how she no longer felt safe and mentioned that she has never met Kemp, someone who was claiming that they were dating.

Further, the 19-year-old accused Kemp of sending messages to her on social media since December 2020, insinuating that they had a romantic relationship or as if he wanted to initiate such a relationship according to court documents obtained by Fox.

The court documents also showed how Kemp sent Bryant a series of unsolicited messages, one of which was a picture of the late Los Angeles Lakers star and the rest of the family.

“Thankful For Him Birthing You, Hopefully We Can Birth Him… ‘Kobe,'” Kemp wrote in the alleged message.

Then in 2022, Kemp allegedly sent Bryant another disturbing message that read: “I Love You And I’m Sorry. Can We Talk And Makeup So We Can Be Friends Again..?”

Kemp is described as a gun enthusiast and has a history of being arrested for a misdemeanor involving a firearm, the Post reported. This was another concern for Natalia Bryant and one of the reasons why she is fearing for her safety.

If granted the restraining order, Kemp would be ordered to remain a minimum of 200 yards away from her, as well as from her residence, her workplace, her sorority house, and her vehicle.

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