"Mr. Bowman willingly entered into a written agreement to stay away from Ms. Kardashian," the New York Daily News quoted Kadarshian"s attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, as saying. He added: "This morning's court order simply enforces the agreement between the parties."
Bowman had allegedly surfaced, during many of the reality star's appearances in Los Angeles, dressed like Heath Ledger's Joker character from "The Dark Knight." Last month, TMZ.com reported that the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star had won a temporary restraining order against the alleged "Joker Face" stalker.
Now, the new ruling extends the order and prohibits Bowman from contacting Kardashian in any way, including social networking sites, until 2013. Also, he's not allowed to posess any firearms, E! Reports. Meanwhile, Kadarshian has flown to Florida to support boyfriend/New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush, who will play in Super Bowl this week.