Billie Eilish has been granted a restraining order in opposition to an alleged stalker who she says camps exterior her household residence in Los Angeles and throws “extraordinarily disturbing” letters on to their property, in response to paperwork obtained by NBC Information.
In a request filed in LA county court docket, Eilish, 19, mentioned that 23-year-old John Hearle had been tenting exterior a faculty throughout the highway from the household residence and “perching” on the varsity’s fence to look into her residence. She mentioned Hearle had harassed and threatened her, making a throat-slitting gesture when he sees her.
His presence, she wrote, had precipitated her “emotional damage together with worry for my security, worry for the security of my household, and lack of my sense of peace and tranquility and safety in my residence and private house ensuing from the repeated cases of harassment”.
Eilish wrote: “I not really feel protected going exterior my residence and having fun with primary bodily train in my neighbourhood, as he may try and method and harm me … Each time I see him I simply need to scream.”
The Guardian has contacted representatives of Eilish for remark.
In June 2020, a choose prolonged to a few years a restraining order in opposition to Prenell Rousseau after he visited Eilish’s residence seven instances, exhibiting “erratic behaviour”, together with sitting on the porch to learn a guide after Eilish’s father informed him that she wasn’t residence.
The order prohibits Rousseau from making an attempt to contact or coming inside 100 metres of Eilish and her mother and father, from harassing the household or visiting Eilish’s workplaces. Because of this, Google blurred Eilish’s household residence from Avenue View.