Natalia Bryant Granted Protection From Stalker

Natalia Bryant is Kobe Bryant’s 19-year-old daughter. She is currently enrolled at USC and has been contributing to her father’s legacy. Unfortunately, she has had to deal with some truly insane people who have made her life incredibly unpleasant.

Just yesterday, we reported on how Natalia and the police teamed up to file for a restraining order against Dwayne Kemp. Kemp had reportedly been sending Natalia some scary messages. For instance, he was acting as if they were in a relationship, although Bryant notes she doesn’t even know him. Furthermore, he told her he wants to have a child that resembles Kobe with her.

Additionally, Kemp is already known to the police due to the fact that he has been arrested four times in the past. He has faced gun charges and has even been convicted of prior crimes. In fact, he is even in the midst of buying a gun, which spooked both Natalia Bryant and law enforcement.

To make matter especially worse, Kemp has appeared at USC where he tried to find Bryant in class. These are the actions of an unstable person, and he is causing Bryant extreme emotional distress. Thankfully, according to TMZ, the court has granted a temporary restraining order.

This new restraining order states that Kemp must remain at least 200 yards away from Natalia, her school, sorority house, car, her home, and even her job. Of course, this is a huge win for Bryant, who can now have some peace of mind.