Apple's Tim Cook wins restraining order against woman, citing trespassing and threats

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Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during the 2018 Apple Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) at the San Jose Convention Center. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

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A California judge has granted a restraining order against a Virginia woman accused of stalking Apple CEO Tim Cook, threatening to burn down his Palo Alto home and trespassing on his property twice.

The 45-year-old woman from McLean, Va., has demonstrated “erratic, threatening and bizarre” behavior, including emails that featured images of a loaded handgun that the woman

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