Actress Pamela Anderson (search) filed a request for a restraining order against a man she claims has confronted her and her children, court records show.

Anderson contends that William Stansfield (search), 29, has been "stalking and harassing me, my sons and other family members for more than a month," according to court documents obtained by the TV show "Extra."

A hearing is scheduled Oct. 3 in Superior Court.

There were no local phone listings for Stansfield and he could not immediately be located for comment.

In a court document, Anderson said she saw Stansfield talking to her 7-year-old son at school. She said when she approached him, he told her he wanted her to stop working on her TV series "Stacked" and commit to a movie he had written for her.

"I was very uncomfortable and immediately told him to leave us alone, and my sons and I left the school," the former "Baywatch" star stated.

She mentioned three other incidents that "frightened me tremendously" in which Stansfield allegedly confronted her mother, sister-in-law and a baby sitter.