Congratulations to John Cusack. Despite spending more and more of his time out of the spotlight, '80s dreamboat is still hot enough to attract the crazies.On Friday, the star of collectable flicks like Say Anything and Better Off Dead -- $2 dollars, $2 dollars " filed for a temporary restraining order again an L.A. woman who he says has been showing "unusual interest in him."E! Online says that a 32-year-old transient named Emily Leatherman is accused of "stalking, throwing long letters of interest over [his] fence in bags with rocks and screwdrivers inside, making unannounced visits to offices of people [he works] with in an attempt to meet with [him] and listing [his] address as her own during a recent address." "Mail addressed to her has been arriving at my residence without my permission," John stated. "I have never met this person." While the 39-year-old actor (who turns 40 on Wednesday) wrote that Leatherman has not committed or threatened any violence against him, she has, he said, caused emotional distress to him and vowed to hurt herself if he did not agree to meet with her. John wants her to stay the hell away " well, at least 500 feet -- from his home, place of business and his wheels.For now nutty Emily will have to settle for getting her John fix on the big screen. He's recently wrapped Grace Is Gone and has two other films " 1408 and The Martian Child " in the can.