Man Slapped With Restraining Order Over Ne-Yo Threats

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September 13, 2011 | 4:20am EST

Bosses at Sony Music Entertainment have obtained a temporary restraining order against a man accused of making threats against singer Ne-Yo and company CEO Clive Davis.
Jeff Choi allegedly sent hundreds of threatening emails and made a series of angry phone calls to Sony offices, and reportedly once arrived in person at the building in Los Angeles and had to be escorted out by security.

Label executives requested for a protection order to prevent Choi from contacting the singer or Sony officials and a judge granted the order on Monday.

According to, the man was detained for psychiatric evaluation last month.

He has been ordered to stay 100 yards away from Davis and his colleague Kevin Kelleher and is banned from contacting the Sony offices.

The judge will revise the order on 28 September to decided whether it should be extended.