Michael Jackson’s daughter Paris is reportedly seeking a restraining order against a man she accuses of having stalked her for years.
Paris, 25, says the man made his way up a fence at her home and looked through her windows last week, according to a new report in TMZ.
She claims that although the man is not known to her personally, he has been arrested before on her property.
The latest alleged home invasion took place on August 23, when the intruder purportedly made it onto her backyard before being accosted and fleeing.
Two days later, Paris went to court and began her current attempt to secure a restraining order against the man in question.
Seeking protection: Michael Jackson ‘s daughter Paris is reportedly seeking a restraining order against a man she accuses of having stalked her for years
Law enforcement sources say that two days after she filed, a man arrived at her home and walked to her front door while she was out of the house.
Paris asserts that her troubles with her alleged stalker stretch back to at least December 2019, when she claims he began to send her unwelcome messages.
According to her, his appearances at her property have left her nervous that his confidence is growing and petrified to be home alone.
She now wants him banned from contacting her online and required to remain at least 100 yards from her person, her house, her car or anyplace she performs.
During the reported home invasion on August 23, Paris herself was not home, but a friend of hers who was staying on the property got wind of the trespass, law enforcement sources informed TMZ.
The friend headed to the backyard and accosted the intruder, who fled and was nowhere to be found by the time the authorities arrived.
However the police did file a report and purportedly intend to bolster their patrol of the vicinity, per law enforcement insiders.
The incident comes five years after Paris obtained a temporary restraining order against a different man she accused of stalking her.
The ask: She now wants him banned from contacting her online and required to remain at least 100 yards from her person, her house, her car or anyplace she performs
Paris claimed she briefly encountered her alleged stalker in June 2018 when he appeared at the recording studio where she was working.
According to Paris, he told her he had paid multiple visits to the studio and on one occasion remained in the area for 15 hours, TMZ reported citing court documents.
In the legal documents, Paris also asserted that one of her friends approached the man and demanded to know what he was doing there, and that he responded: ‘What the f*** does it look like I’m doing here? I’m stalking your b****.’
She alleged further that the man, before being arrested, said: ‘By midnight it will all be over…the way it ends is with her or with a shotgun.’
Paris claimed in her legal documents that the man reached out to her on what was then Twitter, where he is said to have referred to her as his soulmate.
Michael Jackson shared Paris with his second wife Debbie Rowe, who married him the year of his divorce from his first wife Lisa Marie Presley.
Rowe and the King Of Pop first met when she was working as a nurse at the clinic where he underwent treatment for his infamous vitiligo.
Jackson and Rowe also welcomed a now 26-year-old son called Michael Joseph Jackson, Jr., who goes by the nickname ‘Prince.’
Throwback: Paris and her father are pictured at Harrods in 2005, four years before he died at the age of 50 after taking propofol as a sleep aid
After his second divorce, the Billie Jean singer had a child via surrogacy called Prince Michael ‘Blanket’ Jackson II in 2002.
Michael died at the age of 50 in 2009 from a cardiac arrest he suffered after having had propofol administered as a sleep aid.
His legacy has fallen under renewed scrutiny in recent years because of the long-running allegations that he was a child molester.
Although Michael was acquitted in 2005, the allegations have persisted in the public square, including in the 2019 docuseries Leaving Neverland.