REPORT: Judge Grants Kelly Clarkson Temporary Restraining Order Against Trespasser

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Leena Nasir Entertainment Reporter
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Famous singer and talk show maven Kelly Clarkson was granted protection from an alleged trespasser who has reportedly exhibited disturbing behavior at her residence.

Legal documents revealed that Clarkson’s alleged stalker is a 56-year-old female named Huguette Nicole Young, according to TMZ. Michael Lopez, who has been Clarkson’s home head of security for the past five years, claims that Young has shown up to Clarkson’s home at least 18 times and has allegedly engaged in some troubling behavior, including leaving gifts and notes for the singer scattered across the porch.

Legal documents indicate another security guard previously told Young she was on camera and advised her that she was trespassing, for which she reportedly apologized but then allegedly kept returning despite the warning, TMZ reported.

Young is accused of leaving dog toys, stickers, plants, and seeds on Clarkson’s front porch, all of which Clarkson indicated were unwelcome, according to TMZ.

Clarkson’s attorney Ed McPherson filed documents stating the alleged harassment began in October and has continued, according to TMZ. (REPORTED: REPORT: Kobe Bryant’s Daughter Seeks Restraining Order Against Alleged Stalker)


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At the time of filing, Clarkson asked the judge for a restraining order and also wanted her family, her nanny, and her house manager protected, TMZ reported. The famous singer reportedly requested at least the distance of a football field be maintained between Young and the singer’s home, job, and children’s school.

Clarkson’s security team had previously phoned the Los Angeles Police Department to file a report. The department’s Threat Management team is investigating the matter, according to TMZ.