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Cops called to Billie Eilish’s home in tasteless prank

Cops swarmed the singer’s home after a prank call was made.

Cops swarmed the singer’s home after a prank call was made.
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Several police cars swarmed the home of artist Billie Eilish on Wednesday afternoon in Los Angeles after a prank wellness check was made.

The Glendale Police confirmed there were no issues at the artist’s home. But the prank call comes just after Eilish issued a restraining order against a man who broke into her family home last month.

A terrifying ordeal

Christopher Anderson allegedly broke into the artist’s family home on January 5. The 21-year-old artist filed a restraining order against the 39-year-old, who is reportedly infatuated with Eilish.

“My father and members of the Los Angeles Police Department recently informed me that an individual who goes by the name Christopher A Anderson or Chris Anderson recently entered the interior of my family’s home,” Eilish said in legal documents obtained by the PA news agency.

“[Anderson entered] unannounced and uninvited, after apparently professing his love for me and expressing that he really wanted to meet me.”

Eilish was granted a five-year order of protection for herself and her family. The order calls for Anderson to stay 100 yards away from the family, and is banned from contacting Eilish on social media, at her home, and workplace.

Anderson is alleged to have made unsolicited contact with the family on five different occasions since December, with Eilish saying she no longer feels safe visiting her parents at the home where she grew up.

Eilish and her family have faced numerous stalking incidents

This isn’t the first time that an intruder has shown up at the family property.

“Regrettably, this is not the first time an unknown individual has attempted to contact my family and me specifically by stalking us outside my family’s home and by making professions of love to and threats of violence against me,” said in the legal documents.

“[Each] such occasion, including the present one, causes me substantial anxiety, fear, and emotional distress over my personal safety and that of my father, mother, and brother.”

Eilish previously issued a restraining order against John Hearle in 2021, who camped at a school across from the family home.

In 2020, the family home was blurred on Google street view after Eilish obtained a restraining order against Prenell Rousseau, who visited her private residence on seven different occasions.