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Kim Kardashian Granted Restraining Order (Update)

Playtime is over! Kim Kardashian doesn’t have time to waste when it comes to her safety! The mother and business mogul decided to take extra measures to ensure that her alleged stalker stays far away. As we reported earlier this month, Kim’s security guards discovered a package addressed to her with a diamond engagement ring along with a Plan B pill. The man, identified as Nicholas Costanzain, has a history of stalking Kim. In February, and once more in May, reports claim that he was caught by Kim’s security guards at the front of her gated community claiming he was picking her up for dinner.

Kim didn’t waste any time following the latest incident and filed a restraining order against Nicholas on Wednesday, according to new reports from TMZ. Kim also explained that Nicholas has been obsessing over her online in addition to coming to Kim’s home. She claims he has gone through the lengths of posting fake marriage certificates and other false messages.

For these reasons, a judge has granted Kim a temporary order. Nicholas will have to stay at least 100 yards away from Kim and refrain from contacting her. Outside of this issue, Kim has seemingly been doing fine. Today Kim posted a picture on the ‘gram showing off her bawdy! While wearing a nude swimsuit and holding a tennis racket and ball, she captioned the post,” Tennis anyone?” The post received over 18k comments and got the attention of many, including Soulja Boy. He retweeted the photo on Twitter, writing, “I wanna play.”

The Roommates had a field day in our comments. Everyone knows how Soulja always claims he’s the first to do anything. One commented, “She should definitely accept the challenge seeing that he was the first ever to play tennis.” Another commented, “Soulja boy was the first to play tennis with Kim Kardashian.”

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