Abbott Elementary Has Made Tyler James Williams Popular, But New Legal Documents Detail Why He Had To File A Restraining Order Against A Fan


Tyler James Williams has been acting since he was a child, but in his latest role as a first-grade teacher and the will-they-won’t-they love interest of Quinta Brunson’s Janine on Abbott Elementary, he has skyrocketed to new levels of popularity. Not all of the attention he’s received from the role has been positive, however. The actor was forced to file a restraining order after a scary incident with a fan, who allegedly traveled over 2,000 miles to Williams’ home and threatened him.

According to The Blast, the alleged stalker had tried to contact Tyler James Williams several times on social media through DMs, but when “John Doe” appeared outside of his apartment earlier this month, the actor felt the need to take legal action. According to Williams’ court filing:  

On September l, 2023, (the man) trespassed into my secure apartment building and continuously rang my ring doorbell at least 30 times over a 4-hour period. He also attempted to open a window adjacent to my front door. Through an investigation, I learned that he traveled over 2200 miles to contact me and then trespassed inside my secure apartment building. Once inside the building, he repeatedly banged on my door while asking me to open my door.

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