An allegation of stalking by a 32-year-old man is being pursued by Natalia Bryant, who is seeking a restraining order
The oldest daughter of Kobe Bryant has requested a restraining order from a judge. This is in order to protect herself from a man who has repeatedly made unwanted contact with her. A civil harassment restraining order was filed against Dwayne Cortez Toliver Kemp, 32, on Monday by Natalia Bryant, 19, of Sun Valley, California.
As part of the restraining order, Bryant’s alleged stalker was told to stay 200 yards away from her home, her workplace, her school, her vehicle, her sorority house, and USC campus. Kemp is accused of harassing Bryant on social media when she was just 17. As of 2020, he began messaging Bryant on social media as if they had a romantic relationship or if he wanted to begin one. Despite not having met him, Bryant became concerned when he sent kissing faces and hearts and threatened to make unwanted contact with her, the article continued. He is also described as an online gun enthusiast.
A year later, the alleged stalker sent Bryant a Direct Message with a picture of her father, Kobe Bryant, and an implication that he and Bryant would have a Kobe-like child. “Thankful For Him Birthing You, Hopefully We Can Birth Him… Kobe,” Kemp said.
Kemp’s actions have increased since 2020.ece 2020. Kemp has even appeared twice on Bryant’s campus. USC faculty members, USC Department of Public Safety members, and other sorority members witnessed Kemp’s actions. Kemp, who attempted to make physical contact with Bryant on Nov. 2, has made disturbing posts about guns, including an Instagram post indicating he wanted to buy a “Glock Switch” right away. Possession of a Glock switch is illegal under federal law because it allows a semi-automatic Glock pistol to be used as a fully automatic weapon. According to the filing, Kemp’s behavior had caused Bryant “substantial emotional distress,” and the Los Angeles Police Department supported it.