Billie Eilish is reportedly taking shelter with a man who has allegedly broken into her family’s home multiple times.
The Grammy winner, 21, has sought a restraining order against Christopher Anderson, 39, TMZ reported Tuesday.
According to the outlet, Eilish’s father, Patrick O’Connell, claims Anderson has shown up at his Los Angeles residence multiple times since late December to confess his love to the singer and to ask to meet her.
Eilish claims she and her family called the police five times and filed multiple reports, per TMZ.
The singer reportedly wrote in her request that Anderson’s alleged behavior caused her “significant fear, anxiety and emotional distress” for her own safety and that of her family, adding that she no longer felt comfortable visiting her.
Her father, Patrick O’Connell, reportedly claims that Christopher Anderson showed up at his LA apartment to declare his love for the singer.Instagram/billieeilish
Eilish is reportedly asking that her brother, 25-year-old Finneas, and her parents, including mother Maggie Baird, be protected as well.
Reps for the star did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
Police responded to Eilish’s parents’ home earlier this month after receiving a report of an apparent intruder scaling their fence.BACKGRID
Earlier this month, police officers responded to O’Connell and Baird’s home after receiving a report of an apparent intruder scaling their fence.
And in June 2020, Eilish was awarded a three-year restraining order against another alleged stalker — Prenell Rousseau — who she claimed repeatedly turned up at her LA home.
Eilish is reportedly asking that her brother Finneas and her parents, including mother Maggie Baird (seen here), be protected as well.GC Images
The performer was previously forced to hire a security guard to sleep in her living room after her address was leaked online, prompting a group of fans to show up outside her property.
“It was really traumatizing,” she told Rolling Stone in 2019. “I absolutely don’t feel safe in my house anymore, which sucks. I love my house.”
“I’ve loved the attention my whole life, but I don’t think anyone knows what fame is,” she added. “Because if I wanted to be famous, it wasn’t that kind.”