PEOPLE IN BRIEF: Judge grants restraining order to Bullock

Judge grants restraining order to Bullock

LOS ANGELES -- A judge granted Sandra Bullock a three-year restraining order Friday against a man who has a history of stalking her and allegedly traveled cross-country to try to meet the actress after being released from a mental hospital.

Thomas James Weldon was ordered to refrain from trying to contact the actress or Louis Bardo Bullock, an infant boy the Academy Award-winner is in the process of adopting.

The restraining order also protects the children of Bullock's ex-husband Jesse James. The children occasionally stay with the actress.

Poehler, Arnett welcome 2nd baby boy

LOS ANGELES -- It's another boy for Amy Poehler and Will Arnett.

A spokesman for the couple said they welcomed son Abel James Arnett on Friday morning. Publicist Lewis Kay said Abel weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces and the whole family is ''healthy and resting comfortably.''

The two actors are also parents of son Archie, born in October 2008.

Poehler is up for an Emmy for her leading role on the NBC comedy ''Parks and Recreation.'' Her other credits include ''Saturday Night Live'' and the movie ''Baby Mama.''

Arnett is also nominated for an Emmy this year for a guest appearance on ''30 Rock.'' His other credits include ''Arrested Development'' and the recent films ''Jonah Hex'' and ''Despicable Me.''

Scuffle not part of Ohio movie for Bernsen

NEW FRANKLIN, Ohio -- Actor-director Corbin Bernsen has told police he was thrown to the ground during a bar brawl in Ohio, where he's making a movie.

According to a police report, the star of TV's ''Psych'' and ''L.A. Law'' said he scraped a knee in the fight July 27 in the Akron area, where Bernsen is filming ''25 Hill'' about the All-American Soap Box Derby.

A spokeswoman for the movie claimed the scuffle began when a local man made unwanted advances to a woman on Bernsen's film crew while the moviemakers were having dinner.

The man told New Franklin police that he knew the woman from high school and was merely saying hello.