Actress Sharon Stone took out a restraining order Thursday against a man who broke into her Los Angeles home and claimed he was the son of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Stone, 52, said, "I am in fear from Mr. Gooden for my personal safety, and that of those around me, especially my children and family, as well as my friends and employees," according to court papers obtained by TMZ.
"Extra" caught up with Sharon Stone at the amfAR Inspiration Gala, which benefits AIDS research, and she said she's hopeful her pal Michael Douglas will beat the cancer and make movies again.
"He's doing great. We're very excited about him and his progress," Stone said, asking everyone to "send him all the love, prayers, joy and you're gonna just be seeing him right back on screen... right where we want him."
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When Sharon Stone first heard her good friend and "Basic Instinct" co-star Michael Douglas was battling throat cancer, she was worried.
"I was of course very, very concerned because he's very dear and important to me," Stone told "Extra." But, she added, "I feel absolutely certain that he will beat this."
Actress and single mom Sharon Stone isn't giving up on finding the right guy.
"I'm still waiting for the love of my life," Stone tells "Extra" on the set of "Law and Order: SVU," on which she is guest-starring. "I want to find someone who is genuine, decent and likes me and my children."
Actress Sharon Stone gave "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli a behind-the-scenes look at her new music video.
Stone co-wrote the song with friend John Cody to help raise funds for Haiti relief. "It's called 'Don't Stand Still,'" said Stone. "I wanted it to be a love song."
The movie star turned music video vixen recruited famed photographer Mark Lidell to shoot the video, that will be launched on YouTube.
The actress also shared one of her beauty tips for how she keeps her skin looking so fresh and young. "I wash my skin with clear water and I don't use any soap very much on my face and people think that's kind of weird, but I find that really worked for me over the years."
Clearly it's still working!
Michelle Pfeiffer turned down the infamous role of Catherine Tramell in 1992's "Basic Instinct." Instead, Sharon Stone starred in the thriller and was nominated for a Golden Globe.
"Extra" wants to know: Can you see Michelle in that risqué role?