There is no doubt that being a celebrity often attracts both positive and negative attention, a concept that Julia Louis-Dreyfus, the Seinfeld alum, surely he has learned over the years.
Page Six states that Julia Louis-Dreyfus recently requested and received a restraining order against a woman who threatened to drop an incendiary bomb in her home, more specifically, a "molotov cocktail." 58-year-old court documents first published by The Explosion stated that the woman was harassing and harassing her for months.
In addition, the unidentified woman terrified Julia and her family with messages, including one in which there was a sign in her car that said: "Julia Louis-Dreyfus is robbing a homeless writer."
Reportedly, the woman in question believes that Julia Louis-Dreyfus had stolen the writing of the series, Veep, for which Louis-Dreyfus received multiple awards, including Daytime Emmy Awards and Screen Actors Awards & # 39; Guild.
The Los Angeles Police Department said Dreyfus had been complaining about the stalker stalker for more than a year until he finally received the restraining order.
As actress fans know, she first became famous in the early 1990s as Elaine Benes on NBC Seinfeld which has since gone down in history as one of the best television series of all time. Louis-Dreyfus was in the role for nine seasons and appeared in all but three.
NBC executives, at that time, felt that the series was marketed only for men and that they needed a female member, so Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David hired Louis-Dreyfus. Throughout the 1990s, Julia received critical praise for her performance as Elaine, and often she took home the Emmy Awards during this period.
In addition, Julia received two Golden Globe Awards and then nine SAG nominations. In 1998, Seinfeld It came to an end and the end of the season and the series was on May 14, becoming the most watched television event in history, with 76 million people in front of their televisions.