Johnson is a current contestant on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars." In late March, O'Ryan jumped the fence at the CBS Studios lot, where the show was rehearsing, in attempt to meet her, according to court documents obtained by People. Security approached him and called Johnson, who said she didn't know O'Ryan. He then changed his story and said he was there to meet another "DWS" contestant, the stuntman Steve-O, but no one in Steve-O's camp vouched for him.
In her request for a restraining order, Teri Johnson wrote that O'Ryan had "packed all his belongings and permanently left Florida to drive out here to be with [Johnson]."
The district attorney had asked for bail to be raised from $35,000 to $220,000 given the seriousness of the charges. O'Ryan was represented by a public defender. If convicted, he faces up to four years in prison.
The Johnson family is taking no chances.
"This incident has caused us severe emotional distress. We have been on the move ever since and have not been able to rest at all for fear that this disturbed person will attempt to make good on his statements and attempt to harm my daughter and possibly us as well," Teri Johnson said in the court papers.