Whether it is due to her songs or personality, she is definitely very popular among youths. Billie Eilish, a US singer who sold several hundred million records while still a teenager, is raising the bar for upcoming pop artists. Young people continue to be influenced by her fashion, ethics, music, and other things. However, stardom comes with its own drawbacks as well. According to TMZ, the Grammy winner, 21, recently asked for a restraining order against an obsessed lover who is suspected of breaking into her Los Angeles home earlier this month.
According to the publication, Eilish’s father, Patrick O’Connell, claimed that the accused man, Christopher Anderson had repeatedly visited their home since late December to profess his love for the singer and ask for a meeting. The order was issued to protect her and her family. The cops were reportedly called on five occasions.
Billie Eilish calls for a restraining order against the stalker
The 39-year-old suspect, Christopher Anderson, has reportedly visited Billie Eilish’s home in the Highland Park neighborhood since late December, according to her father Patrick O’Connell. In his statement, he claimed that Anderson visited the house several times once ringing the intercom and requesting to use the restroom. Anderson cleverly acted to lose his cell phone under their house’ gate on Dec. 28, and then intentionally returned the following day to leave a white flower. According to O’Connell, Anderson left a handwritten note that professed his love for his daughter. Her father further claimed that “Anderson really wanted to meet Billie.“
The Los Angeles Police Department reports that Anderson was detained after the alleged break-in this month on suspicion of burglary. He is being detained in Castaic at the North County Correctional Facility.
Billie Eilish opens up about other ‘such’ incidents
On Instagram, there are about 100 million followers of Ocean Eyes singer. She is always vocal about the influence to address issues that are important to her. According to Billie Eilish‘s statement, these kinds of incidents have made her hesitant to go back to her old house. Unfortunately, as she reported, this is not the first time that an unidentified person has tried to get in touch with her family. It was reportedly her, in particular, that these obsessed stalkers enter our house or even roam outside her my family’s home.
“They used to profess their love for me, and making threats of violence against me,” Eilish wrote.
In June 2020, the All The Good Girls Go To Hell singer received a three-year restraining order against yet another unknown man from New York. She claimed that prior to his arrest on trespassing suspicion, he had shown “erratic behavior” while she was returning home several times over the course of two days.