Ryan Lochte Protesters Ordered to Stay Away From the Olympian

PHOTO: Swimmer Ryan Lochte prepares before competing at the 2016 Summer Olympics, in Rio de Janeiro, Aug. 9, 2016.PlayMichael Sohn/AP Photo
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The two men who interrupted "Dancing With the Stars" last month to protest Ryan Lochte's participation in the show have been ordered to stay away from the Olympian.

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On Tuesday, a judge in Los Angeles Superior Court ordered Sam Sotoodeh and Barzeen Soroudi to stay at least 300 yards away from Lochte as well as from facilities associated with the show.

The arraignment was continued to Oct. 21. Neither man has yet entered a plea.

Sotoodeh and Souroudi rushed the stage of the ABC show last month to protest Lochte's casting and were charged by the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office with two misdemeanors -- leaving a spectator area and entering a stage and interfering with a performance. If found guilty, they could face up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.

After the incident at the show, Sotoodeh and Soroudi were detained by show security and arrested, a Los Angeles Police Department representative said. They were released the next day.

Afterward, the two men told ABC News that they were angry that Lochte, who had admitted he "overexaggerated" a story about being robbed at the Rio Summer Olympics, was asked to be a part of the show. The pair claimed they never wanted to hurt the Olympic swimmer.

"Everyone deserves a second chance, but we had to say our protest, as well," Soroudi told ABC News.