WWE filed for and received an order of protection against Armando Alejandro Montalvo, the man who was shot outside the WWE Performance Center and later arrested back in August 2015, according to a report from TMZ.com.

The report notes that Montalvo took to his social media pages on April 4th with what was believed to be a threat against the company, leading to the WWE rushing to receive an order of protection against him, based on his previous incidents.

For those unfamiliar with the story, back in early August 2015, Montalvo was arrested for trespassing after he was warned to leave WWE property. The company received an injunction against him days later in an attempt to keep him from trespassing on the WWE Performance Center grounds in Orlando, Florida as there had been multiple incidents of Montalvo showing up and demanding a job, threatening Performance Center talent and even throwing and smearing his own feces on the WWE Performance Center building.

Undeterred by the injunction against him, Montalvo returned to the WWE Performance Center on August 31st, 2015, with video footage featured in local media showing him acting out as if he was a performer and demanding to be trained by the company, while banging on the doors of the Performance Center. The video footage showed local police arriving, with Montalvo engaging them before being shot. It was revealed in a Sheriff’s media conference following the 2015 incident that Montalvo, who was hospitalized and later charged with aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest and trespassing, that his reasoning for being at the WWE Performance Center was that he was fixated on a specific female WWE performer. Montalvo later plead not guilty to all charges against him.

Montalvo, despite being ordered to stay away from the WWE Performance Center, was seen outside a recent WWE NXT taping at Full Sail University ranting and challenging Vince McMahon, before leaving the scene in a car.