WENDY Williams ordered Billie Eilish, 18, to “stop posting where you live.”
Wendy Williams ordered Billie Eilish, 18, to “stop posting where you live”[/caption]
The daytime talk show host’s remarks follow an ‘obsessed fan “stalking” the Grammy Award-winner’s home[/caption]
Wendy said: This is really dangerous…What she and her brother should do is take some of that good old money they’ve been making from that music and buy another family compound someplace and stop posting where you live.
“You see Billy… I appreciate your grassroots talents and naivety to the crazies and people who might want to harm you.
“Don’t give tours of the inside of your house. Buy a compound, lock it down, and that’s that.”
Wendy said Billie should “Buy a compound, lock it down, and that’s that”[/caption]
Billie, 18, lives at home with her family[/caption]
According to TMZ, Billie was recently granted a temporary restraining order against Prenell Rousseau, after he showed up to Billie’s family home multiple times.
He also reportedly didn’t practice social distancing or wear a mask.
Billie said in the legal documents, Prenell came to her family’s home and asked her father through the ring camera: “I think I might have the wrong house, but does Billie Eilish live here?”
The singer’s dad said he had the wrong address, but he returned later that night.
She described his “erratic behavior” explaining: “While we waited for security, Mr. Rousseau remained on our porch, sat down and began to read a book, while also continuing to engage in a periodic monologue.
“My father repeatedly asked him to leave, but he refused …”
Even after security got him to leave the property, he returned and laid on the ground behind a wall, as if he was preparing to sleep there for the night.
Wendy also told Billie: “Don’t give tours of the inside of your house”[/caption]
Billie was granted a temporary restraining order against the “stalker”[/caption]
There have been more concerns about Prenell trespassing amid the spread of the coronavirus.
The restraining order shows Prenell turned up at Billie’s home seven more times, TMZ reports.
On five of those instances he was not wearing a face mask.
Two of the times he was using a mask he took it off when he engaged with security.
He also was not wearing gloved when he rang the doorbell and touched the doorknob.
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Prenell has been arrested twice this week, but because trespassing is a non-violent crime, police say there’s little more action they can take, TMZ reports.
Authorities are trying to avoid keeping non-violent offenders behind bars because of the pandemic.
Prenell is apparently on his way back to his home in New York and the temporary restraining order says he must stay more than 200-yeards away from Billie and family.
There is another hearing on the matter scheduled for June 1.
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