Billie Eilish is said to have obtained a five-year civil harassment restraining order against a stalker who camped outside her home in Los Angeles.
According to E! News, the singer, 19, won the commission after alleging that John Hearle, 23, camped outside a school in front of his family’s house and was perched on a fence to watch his house. He also allegedly made a gesture to slit his throat upon seeing the singer.
Eilish initially got a temporary restraining order last month, but she reportedly got the five-year civil harassment order last Thursday.
In legal documents obtained by The Blast, Eilish said Hearle’s alleged activity caused her “ emotional wounds, including fear for my safety, fear for the safety of my family, and loss of my sense of peace. and peace and security in my home and my personal space. repeated cases of harassment ”.
She continued, “I no longer feel safe going out of my house and doing basic physical exercise in my neighborhood, because he might try to approach me and hurt me … Anytime I see it, I just wanna scream.
Last May, Eilish’s family home was also scrambled on Google Street View after she obtained a restraining order against an intruder who visited her home seven times. She obtained the interim order against Prenell Rosseau, 24.
Last month, Eilish discussed his rise to global stardom in a new AppleTV + documentary The world is a bit hazy.
In a five-star review of the project, NME wrote, “Give them [fans] access to his inner thoughts and feelings – both lyrical and now through this documentary – is why they love him so much. Other artists who are preparing their own films should take note. “