Halsey Gets Restraining Order Against Crazed Fan
As if 2020 could not get any crazier. But now Halsey has a crazy stalker who she claims has harassed her and her neighbor.
Halsey took action and filed a restraining order against a 27-year-old fan in Los Angeles Superior Court last week. According to court documents obtained by Page Six, a private investigator was hired to get his information. Halsey had claimed in the filing that the stalker’s actions had made her “fearful of life.”
Moreover, the documents state that Halsey, whose real name is Ashley Frangipane hired an investigator on October 2nd. On this same date, the investigator said that he listened to a voicemail from Halsey’s neighbor. The neighbor said, “a young gentleman has stopped at his residence looking for her. Under the impression that she lives at his residence. Additionally, the same male has stopped by 4 or 5 times since September this year and had called LAPD a few times.”
The neighbor also claimed that the fan allegedly “showed up at his residence with a guitar and demanded to speak with Ms. Ashley Frangipane.”
According to the court documents, when the stalker was told by the neighbor that Halsey does not live there, he proceeded to smash his guitar on the ground and left a netbook behind that he said should be given to her.
The investigator found some social media accounts that provide evidence of the “fan” having recently been released from a psychiatric ward.
As Halsey claims in her restraining order, the fan believes that the two of them are in love.
What Was The Outcome Of Halsey’s Request?
Halsey was granted her request of having him stay at least 200 yards away from her. This includes any venue she is performing or rehearsing at. The fan is also not allowed to have any contact with her, whatsoever. This order was granted on October 23rd.
However, one thing left for the court is who will be paying Halsey’s legal and investigative fees. She has asked the court to make the fan pay for all the expenses. But the court has yet to decide on the matter. And as of right now, it is unclear what they will determine.
Halsey and the stalker fan are scheduled to appear in court on November 16. This is the date when the restraining order will expire. The court will then move forward determining the best way to address the situation.