Billie Eilish seeks a restraining order against a fan who tried to break into her family’s home

Billie Eilish seeks a restraining order against a fan who tried to break into her family’s home

Billie Eilish is seeking a restraining order against a fan who tried to break into her family’s Los Angeles home

Singer Billie Eilish is seeking a restraining order against a man she alleges attempted to break into her family’s Los Angeles home.

Earlier this month the man, 39-year-old Christopher Anderson, tried to break into the Highland Park home by jumping a fence and was then taken into custody.

The singer also claimed in the order (via TMZ) that Anderson attempted to visit her family’s home multiple times in December, with local police filing multiple reports.

Restraint: Singer Billie Eilish is seeking a restraining order against a man she alleges tried to break into her family's Los Angeles home

Restraint: Singer Billie Eilish is seeking a restraining order against a man she alleges tried to break into her family’s Los Angeles home

Family home: The singer also claimed in the order (via TM Z) that Anderson attempted to visit her family's home multiple times in December, with local police filing multiple reports

Family home: The singer also claimed in the order (via TM Z) that Anderson attempted to visit her family’s home multiple times in December, with local police filing multiple reports

The court documents are asking for protection for the singer, her 25-year-old brother Finneas and their parents, actress/teacher Maggie Baird and actor Patrick O’Connell.

Billie’s father revealed that Anderson has visited her home many times since late December.

Anderson often professed his love for the singer while hoping to meet her face to face.

Protection: Court documents are seeking protection for the singer, her 25-year-old brother Finneas and their parents, actress/teacher Maggie Baird and actor Patrick O'Connell

Protection: Court documents are seeking protection for the singer, her 25-year-old brother Finneas and their parents, actress/teacher Maggie Baird and actor Patrick O’Connell

The singer claimed these incidents caused her “significant fear, anxiety and emotional distress,” so much so that she no longer feels safe visiting her parents’ home.

Police were called to Eilish’s parents’ home in Highland Park around 9:15am on January 5 to respond to a call that someone was trying to scale the fence to get onto the property.

The masked intruder was reportedly dressed all in black and was seen lurking in the backyard.

Anxiety: The singer claimed these incidents caused her

Anxiety: The singer claimed these incidents caused her “significant fear, anxiety and emotional distress”, so much so that she no longer feels safe visiting her parents’ home

Intruder: The masked intruder was reportedly dressed all in black and was seen lurking in the backyard

Intruder: The masked intruder was reportedly dressed all in black and was seen lurking in the backyard

The property’s house sitter, who was not there during the burglary, received a notification showing the man, which led to the sitter calling the police.

The suspect was arrested a block from the home during a search of the area.

Authorities assumed nothing was stolen from the house, which belongs to the singer’s entire family.

Burglary: The property's house sitter - who was not there during the burglary - received a notification showing the man, which led to the sitter calling the police

Burglary: The property’s house sitter – who was not there during the burglary – received a notification showing the man, which led to the sitter calling the police

Eilish recently opened up in a Vogue interview in which she appeared alongside a selection of climate activists as she detailed her relationship with the planet and with herself. Eilish opened up about her relationship with her body.

Speaking about her struggle, the partying hitmaker revealed that she had to learn to love herself, starting with accepting her physical appearance.

Billie said: “I’m going through my teenage years hating myself and all that stupid shit. A lot of it came from my anger at my body and how angry I was at how much pain it caused me and what I lost because of things that happened to it…”

Body connection: Eilish opened up in a recent Vogue interview in which she appeared alongside a selection of climate activists as she detailed her relationship with the planet and with herself.  Eilish opened up about her relationship with her body

Body connection: Eilish opened up in a recent Vogue interview in which she appeared alongside a selection of climate activists as she detailed her relationship with the planet and with herself. Eilish opened up about her relationship with her body