Paris Jackson requested a restraining order against one of her fans after an interaction between the two of them consisted of the person briefly mentioning a shotgun. According to Jackson, a man named Nicholas Stevens approached her on the 13th of June and claimed he had been stalking her.
He said, “by midnight, it will all be over,” and briefly alluded to a shotgun. Stevens, 23, said to Jackson that he had been waiting for her one evening for fifteen hours, and also went to the studio where she had been several times.
Jackson, 20, was leaving the studio with one of her friends when Mr. Stevens allegedly approached her and mouthed his thinly veiled threats. As a result of the court order, Mr. Stevens has to stay at least 100 feet away from her at all times.
According to the BBC, the order lasts until the 24th of July, and another hearing will occur on that same day. The court gave the model the order on Tuesday in Los Angeles.
According to the court papers, Stevens took to Twitter to say that Jackson was his “soulmate,” among other messages. Paris is no stranger to the inconveniences of fame, because, as you may know, she is one of the children of the Jackson dynasty.
Her father is the late, Michael Jackson, and her grandfather is the late, Joe Jackson, who passed away at 89 last week due to a long battle with cancer. Paris wrote on her social media that Joe Jackson was the “legend” who started the entire Jackson legacy.
Despite the allegations of child abuse against the music mogul, Paris’ messages online were very positive and filled with gratitude for the contributions Jackson made to the family and music as a whole.
She said he was one of “the greatest patriarchs to ever live.” As it was previously reported, Joe was laid to rest by his family on Monday in the same cemetery as the late King Of Pop.