Eva Mendes has been granted a three-year extension of her restraining order against her stalker.

The actress - who has claimed she had been living in "constant fear" of John C. Luna, who she says has been harassing her since 2008 - asked for an extension to the temporary order and it was approved by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Carol Boas Goodson after Luna didn't oppose it.

Goodson said: "I'm surprised he agreed to this, but his signature and initials are there."

In her legal papers - which were filed earlier this month - Eva stated: "As a result of Mr. Luna's conduct directed at me ... including references in a letter that he knows I am willing To Die For him, and his showing up at my house on May 31, 2011, looking for me, I am in constant fear."

She also added: "I do not personally know, nor have any relationship with Mr. Luna, have never had any personal communications with him, nor do I desire any interaction or communication with him whatsoever."

The order states Luna must stay at least 100 yards away from Eva and must not make any attempts to contact her.