Many celebrities face a lot of unwanted attention from fans, however, for singer Kelly Clarkson, the situation has escalated to a potentially dangerous level.
Recently, the Grammy-winning artist was granted two restraining orders against two alleged stalkers, Victor Fernandez and Huguette Nicole Young.
The restraining orders mean that both individuals are prohibited from making contact of any kind with Clarkson or her children, daughter River, 8, and son, Remington, 6, for the next five years. Additionally, they must stay at least 100 yards away from the family.
According to TMZ, Fernandez allegedly appeared at Clarkson’s Los Angeles residence three different times on Thanksgiving 2022. He was said to have peered over the gate and stared into her yard, and later rang the doorbell and said he was there to see the singer. Fernandez was also alleged to have taken photos of the car the songstress’ nanny was driving with the kids in tow.
The other alleged stalker, Young, has allegedly pulled up to Clarkson’s home nearly 20 times over the past several years. Security personnel at the house claimed she had left gifts and other items at the front gate, while Clarkson herself claimed that Young had been sending her fan mail since 2009.
Court documents claim a security guard confronted Young to tell her she was on camera and was trespassing. Young reportedly apologized but still returned to the Clarkson’s home on numerous occasions.
The American Idol Winner has been living in Los Angeles as she films her talk show, the Kelly Clarkson Show. Clarkson finalized her divorce from Brandon Blackstock in March of 2022. The former couple has two children, River Rose and Remington Alexander.
Kelly Clarkson’s alleged stalker doesn’t seem to be following a judge’s orders … her security says the woman keeps showing up at her house … and they say it’s all on video. https://t.co/6uIBdoifZ2
— TMZ (@TMZ) January 14, 2023