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

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

Singer Billie Eilish is requesting a restraining order against a man she claims tried 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 he was then taken into custody.

The singer also alleged in the order (via TMZ) that Anderson tried to visit her family  home multiple times in December, with local police filing several reports.

Restraining: Singer Billie Eilish is requesting a restraining order against a man she claims tried to break into her family's Los Angeles home

Restraining: Singer Billie Eilish is requesting a restraining order against a man she claims tried to break into her family’s Los Angeles home

Family home: The singer also alleged in the order (via TM Z) that Anderson tried to visit her family home multiple times in December, with local police filing several report

Family home: The singer also alleged in the order (via TM Z) that Anderson tried to visit her family home multiple times in December, with local police filing several report

The court documents ask 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 visited their home many times since late December.

Anderson would often professing his love for the singer while hoping to meet her face-to-face. 

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

Protection: The court documents ask for 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, ‘substantial anxiety, fear, and emotional distress,’ so much that she doesn’t feel safe visiting her parents’ home anymore.

Police were called to Eilish’ parents’ Highland Park home on January 5 at around 9:15, responding to a call that someone was trying to scale the fence to get into the property.

The masked intruder was reportedly wearing all black and seen lurking around the backyard.

Anxiety: The singer claimed these incidents caused her, 'substantial anxiety, fear, and emotional distress,' so much that she doesn't feel safe visiting her parents' home anymore

Anxiety: The singer claimed these incidents caused her, ‘substantial anxiety, fear, and emotional distress,’ so much that she doesn’t feel safe visiting her parents’ home anymore

Intruder: The masked intruder was reportedly wearing all black and seen lurking around the backyard

Intruder: The masked intruder was reportedly wearing all black and seen lurking around the backyard

The property’s house sitter – who was not there during the break-in, received an alert showing the man, leading to the sitter calling the cops.

The suspect was apprehended one block away from the home in a sweep of the area.

Authorities believed nothing was taken from the home, which is owned by the singer’s whole family. 

Break-in: The property's house sitter - who was not there during the break-in, received an alert showing the man, leading to the sitter calling the cops

Break-in: The property’s house sitter – who was not there during the break-in, received an alert showing the man, leading to the sitter calling the cops

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 herself., Eilish talked about her relationship to her body. 

Discussing her struggle, the when the party’s over hitmaker revealed she had to go through a process of learning to love herself, starting with accepting her physical appearance. 

Billie said: ‘Going through my teenage years of hating myself and all that stupid s**t. A lot of it came from my anger towards my body, and how mad I was at how much pain it’s caused me, and what I’ve lost because of things that happened to it… ‘

Body relationship: 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 herself., Eilish talked about her relationship to her body

Body relationship: 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 herself., Eilish talked about her relationship to her body

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