A shirtless man who was skulking outside Billie Eilish’s Los Angeles house was given a temporary restraining order.
According to court documents, the judge ordered Raymond Black to cease harassing Eilish and staying at least 100 yards away from her home as per TMZ. In accordance with the papers, Black is also forbidden from visiting Maggie and Patrick, Eilish’s parents.
Who is Raymond Black?
Raymond Black is a male suspect who broke into Bad Guy hitmaker singer Billie Eilish’s Los Angeles home in February 2023. Black was told by a judge to stop harassing Eilish and remain at least 100 yards away from her home.
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According to the court, “a credible threat of violence or stalking” was the basis for the order. Eilish came home on a Monday night, she switched on the lights to discover Black standing in front of her living room window shirtless. What made it scary was that Black was staring right at Eilish through the glass.
Eilish, who was completely alarmed, dialled 911. In response, police searched the neighborhood for Black and detained him close by.
Eilish claims to have watched earlier-day security footage from her home; it supposedly depicted Black wandering around her property, donning undies, and even using her outdoor shower.
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In addition, Eilish claims Black hung around her property last year while it was under building and has since visited her parents’ house in search of her.
Eilish has encountered unwelcome guests before. You may remember that she recently obtained a restraining order against another man, who is accused of breaking into her family’s home last month, for a period of five years.
A five-year restraining order against 39-year-old Christopher Anderson, an alleged fan and intruder who broke into Eilish’s childhood home in Los Angeles, was given on February 9 in court. Finneas O’Connell, her sibling, and her still-resident parents will also be protected.
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After Anderson repeatedly showed up at the house starting in late December 2022, Eilish and her family called the police five times, according to the temporary protection petition she submitted last month.