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Page Six reports today that Anthony Michael Hall, he of the 80’s hit films Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club and the National Lampoon’s Vacation flicks, has been order to stay away from Huffington Post “relationship columnist” and Julia Allison wannabe Diana Falzone after going all Chris Brown on her. This is sort of disturbing.

Page Six says that Falzone was awarded a restraining order against Hall:

The order means Hall, 41, who suffers from bipolar disorder, must “refrain from assault, stalking, harassment . . . menacing, reckless endangerment . . . intimidation” of dark-haired Falzone, who had dated him for a year.

Sources tell Page Six that Falzone, a relationship columnist for the Huffington Post, filed a police complaint last Tuesday, alleging Hall attempted to kick down her door during an early-hours visit. When she finally let him in, he allegedly bashed her head against the wall. She was granted a temporary restraining order in Manhattan Family Court on Thursday, and Hall — who is about to star as a campus bully in the NBC comedy “Community” — is expected to appear at a hearing next week.

Why do I suddenly feel like my childhood is tarnished?