Judge grants Nicole Richie restraining order
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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A judge says a pair of celebrity photographers must stay away from Nicole Richie and her infant children.
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Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Carol Boas Goodson approved Richie's petition for a three-year restraining order against the paparazzi after a court hearing Monday.
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Goodson granted the orders against Eduardo Arrivabene and Ivon Emilio Melo Miguel, who agreed to stay 50 yards away from the television personality.
Richie blames the men for causing a car crash in Beverly Hills last month and says she's frightened for her and her infant children's safety. Her two children with rocker Joel Madden weren't in the car at the time of the crash, but Richie says in court filings that the three of them are subject to frequent harassment by the photographers.
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