Paris Jackson has had a restraining order granted against an alleged stalker.
The singer, model, actress, activist and daughter of Michael Jackson has allegedly been targeted by Nicholas Lewis Stevens. Court documents allege that Stevens repeatedly attended a recording studio where she was working in June, and once even waited for 15 hours for her to arrive.
He had previously Tweeted Jackson to say that the pair were ‘soul mates’.
After one of Jackson’s friends confronted Stevens before calling the police, he allegedly told them that “by midnight it will all be over… ” – when he also alluded to a shotgun.
Stevens must stay at least 100 yards and can not contact her until he returns for another hearing on July 24.
After a video of Jackson singing emerged online last year, she is now reported to be working to launch her music career. She also appeared in The xx’s video for ‘I Dare You’ alongside Millie Bobby Brown, as well as Nahko’s ‘Dragonfly‘.
In August last year, Paris made headlines when she used a speech at the MTV VMA awards to call out “nazi, white supremacist jerks” in the wake of racial tension in Charlottesville, Virginia.
“We must show these nazi, white supremacist jerks, in Charlottesville and all over the country, that as a nation with liberty as our slogan, we have zero tolerance for their violence, their hatred and their discrimination.” She closed her speech by claiming: “We must resist.”