Police would not reveal what the specific court order or alleged stolen property was. They said the items were unrelated to Tom and Katie’s home. This is not Leatherman’s first celebrity-related run-in with the law. In June, a judge ordered Leatherman to stay at least 500 feet away from John Cusack after the actor said she had been stalking him for more than a year.
In his request for the restraining order, Cusack said Leatherman was “showing unusual interest by stalking, throwing long letters of interest over my fence in bags with rocks and screwdrivers inside, making unannounced visits to offices of people I work with in an attempt to meet with me and listing my address as her own during a recent arrest.”
Cusack said he had never met Leatherman, yet her mail has been arriving at his home. The woman has suggested in letters that she wants “a normal life and home” with Cusack, and threatened to hurt herself if he doesn’t help her, according to the papers.