Kobe Bryant’s daughter files legal docs against alleged stalker
Los Angeles, California - NBA legend Kobe Bryant's daughter Natalia has reportedly filed a restraining order against an alleged stalker, who the up-and-coming fashion model says has been harassing her and might be carrying a concealed weapon.
Per TMZ, Natalia Bryant is accusing 32-year-old Dwayne Kemp of attempting to inappropriately get in touch with her, both via social media and in person, since she was a minor.
The legal filing contains shocking messages allegedly sent by Kemp since 2020, including one that referenced Natalia's late dad: "Thankful For Him Birthing You, Hopefully We Can Birth Him… 'Kobe'."
Kemp's more recent attempts to contact her had allegedly become extremely alarming.
A gun enthusiast who has been arrested for and convicted of multiple crimes, Kemp has tried to meet Natalia at her sorority house on her USC campus and roamed near a building where she attends one of her classes.
The legal documents claim Kemp was in the process of buying at least one gun, and has also threatened to get his hands on both an AK-47 and a fully automatic Glock.
The Los Angeles Police Department is involved in the case and Natalia is asking the court to keep Kemp at least 200 yards away from her, her home, job, school, sorority house, and her car, at all times.
The case is still pending and the judge has yet to rule.
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