Billie Eilish issued restraining order against fan who infringed her home.
The Grammy winner and her parents were given a temporary restraining order against a fan who, she claims, has lately gotten too near for comfort.
The judge directed Prenell Rousseau to keep 200 meters away from Billie and her family members. In addition, the person must halt all interaction immediately. The next trial is set to take place on June 1.
Meanwhile, Billie's brother Finneas did not request for the restraining order. So, what exactly went down?
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As per police reports, Prenell was charged on 5 May for trespassing and released the following day. However, according to the legal records collected by TMZ, Billie provided further information into Prenell's perceived conduct, which motivated her to undertake immediate action.
In legal papers, Billie stated the 24-year-old had violated her home privacy several times and had "erratic behavior" on her residence.
Billie reportedly alleged, "While we waited for security, Mr. Rousseau remained on our porch, sat down and began to read a book, while also continuing to engage in a periodic monologue. My father repeatedly asked him to leave, but he refused..."
The singer says that Prenell turned up seven occasions and did not wear a face mask on five of those appearances.
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