LOS ANGELES, May 26 (UPI) -- U.S. former child actor Jonathan Lipnicki has been granted a temporary restraining order against a former girlfriend who threatened him, court records show.
Lipnicki, 20, is best known for his work in the films "Jerry Maguire" and "Little Vampires." He also appeared on "The Jeff Foxworthy Show."
"Access Hollywood" said Amber Watson, 20, was ordered to stay 100 yards away from Lipnicki after she allegedly entered his home May 14 with his roommates' permission and became aggressive towards him.
"She was there to have it out with me for reasons I am still not sure of," the actor said in court documents. "I was sick and she pulled my blankets off. When I tried to get up, she tried to pin me to my bed. I had to move her off me physically and get out of dodge. ... [She] threatened to 'annihilate me.' It took 20 minutes and other people to get her out of my apartment," he added.
Police were not called to the scene and Lipnicki suffered no injuries in the incident.
Watson is scheduled to appear in court June 7 to address the matter, "Access Hollywood" said.
The celebrity news program did not say how long Lipnicki and Watson dated or where the alleged altercation took place.