The Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant’s daughter, Natalia has filed a request for a restraining order against an alleged stalker, per NBC Sports. The 19-year-old attends the University of Southern California (USC) and filed for a civil harassment restraining order early this week on 32-year-old Dwayne Cortez Toliver Kemp. According to reports, Kemp began allegedly harassing her via social media in 2020. This presents several problems because if this stands true that would mean Kemp was 30 years old while Natalia was only 17.
Kemp was described as an online gun enthusiast who began messaging her about having an intimate relationship. The two have never met, however Natalia remained fearful due to Kemp sending kissing faces, hearts, and threatening to make unwanted in-person contact with her.
Kemp appears to not be well, in 2021, he sent a message to Bryant featuring a photo with her father, Kobe Bryant, alluding to his hopes to procreate and make like-minded children.
“Thankful For Him Birthing You, Hopefully, We Can Birth Him… ‘Kobe,’” he wrote, the filing said.
How Long has Natalia Bryant been Getting Harrassed?
The harassment has slowly begun to escalate over time with Bryant. In fact, he attempted to find her on campus promoting her to call security campus, according to NBC. Several individuals surrounding Bryant can attest that his behavior escalated over time. Unfortunately, USC’s public safety didn’t respond immediately to her request, however they did contain the issue.
Shortly after attempting to find her on campus, he posted several images of guns on his page such as “Draco” and “mini Draco” with the comment “next”. Meaning, these two guns may have been his next purchase.
In the past, Kemp’s been arrested and convicted at least four times for misdemeanors. One of which was for a firearm, per the report. At the time, there have been no findings if Kemp has a lawyer.