Rocker, Courtney Love has been granted a temporary restraining order against her ex-manager, Sam Lutfi.
Love's request was approved by a judge on Tuesday. PEOPLE reports that she had filed documents claiming that Lutfi has been harassing her and her family via emails, texts, and phone calls demanding money that he believes that he is owed for his services.
“The escalating verbal harassment and threats of Sam Lutfi left no choice for Courtney and her family but to seek protection,” a representative for Love told PEOPLE in a statement. “The Cobains are grateful for the anti-harassment order issued by the Los Angeles Superior Court against Mr. Lutfi and the powers it provides law enforcement to assure that Mr. Lutfi terminates all contact with the family.”
The Hole lead singer also asked the judge to prohibit Lutfi from harassing her daughter, Frances Bean Cobain.
Love is also in court alongside Lutfi for another case. They are both being sued by Frances Bean’s ex-husband Isaiah Silva. He has accused them, along with actor Ross Butler, of conspiring to kill him and steal Kurt Cobain’s “MTV Unplugged” guitar.
There have been allegations in the past that Love had conspired to kill Nirvana frontman, Kurt Cobain. A 2015 documentary titled Soaked in Bleach explores that theory.