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Court grants Madeleine Stowe protection from armed burglar

By Marilyn Malara
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Madeleine Stowe, pictured here in 2012, was reportedly robbed naked at gunpoint in her home last fall. She was granted protection from a court after the alleged burlar was found and charged. File Photo by David Silpa/UPI
Madeleine Stowe, pictured here in 2012, was reportedly robbed naked at gunpoint in her home last fall. She was granted protection from a court after the alleged burlar was found and charged. File Photo by David Silpa/UPI

WASHINGTON, May 17 (UPI) -- Revenge actress Madeleine Stowe has been granted a protective order after a dangerous encounter with an armed burglar last fall.

Law enforcement documents obtained by TMZ state Stowe was robbed at gunpoint at her home in September while she slept naked next to her husband, Brian Benben.

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The alleged robber, Walter Canizalez, was reportedly arrested several months later during another heist and charged with various misdemeanor and felony counts including robbery, burglary, trespassing and sexual battery.

Canizalez pleaded not guilty to the charges, People reported.

In the documents, Stowe recounted her face-to-face encounter with the burglar, who in broken English demanded valuable goods. At the time of the robbery, Canizalez escaped with $75,000 worth of jewelry in-tow, according to TMZ.

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