The 'Black Panther' actor alleges that on May 10, a woman named Brittany Virgina Green issued three death threats to him via Instagram, YouTube and a call to his manager's office.
He was granted a five-year restraining order against the woman, who must stay 100 yards away from him and his team, and she has been banned from contacting him on social media.
In court documents obtained by The Blast, Michael claimed that at 3.03PM on May 10, the woman sent him a private message on Instagram which read "This is an OFFICIAL death threat. I am going to kill you."
Less than 30 minutes later she called his manager's office and reportedly said: "I'm making an official death threat to Michael B. Jordan. I'm going to kill the motherf***er." Michael says she alleged in the call that he had abused her.
According to the person who took the call, she was "agitated and spoke really quickly."
And just 20 minutes after that, the woman posted a video on YouTube, with the caption 'Death Threat Michael B Jordan', in which she allegedly said: "This confirms the official, official death threat to Michael B. Jordan on his Instagram, to his agent, and I, yeah, I called up his agency, left a death threat, and left it on his Instagram."
Michael, 30, claims that the woman has repeatedly harassed him online and often creates new accounts when hers get blocked.
He also detailed a 2016 encounter, when she appeared at a charity event in "an altered state" and "aggressive repeatedly sought continued access to and physical interaction with him".