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Paris Jackson has a stalker, according to her recent testimony, and she has gotten a temporary restraining order filed against him. The actress/activist recently went to court to receive protection from Nicholas Lewis Stevens, a man she believes is a stalker. The daughter of the late Michael Jackson says Stevens has been showing up at her recording studio since June, and he's been known to stay there for long periods of time in order to see her, on multiple different occasions, this past month. And that's not the end of it. Here's what we know about Paris Jackson and her recent stalker situation.
According to the court documents retrieved by TMZ, Nicholas Lewis Stevens has been not only stalking Paris Jackson but threatening her too -- as well as her friends. When one of Paris Jackson's friends went up to Stevens to discuss him constantly being at the studio, he reportedly said the following retort, which has now been used as evidence against him in the court of law.
What the fuck does it look like I'm doing here? I'm stalking your bitch.
Later, when the police arrived on the scene and took Nicholas Lewis Stevens to the station, the alleged stalker reportedly told Paris Jackson,
By midnight it will all be over ... the way it ends is with her or with a shotgun.
Yikes. It is, no doubt, a scary situation for Paris Jackson right now, and she's been granted the restraining order that she seeks, meaning that Nicholas Lewis Stevens must now stay at least 100 yards away from her and cut any and all communication for the following month, until the next court hearing.
In addition to these physical confrontations, Nicholas Lewis Stevens also reportedly tweeted at Paris Jackson as well, claiming they were "soulmates." Hopefully, Jackson can find some peace after this difficult situation, as she is also now dealing with the recent loss of her grandfather, Joe Jackson, who passed away at the age of 89 the week before. The former talent manager was suffering from terminal cancer at the time of his death.
Speaking of Joe Jackson, Paris Jackson recently claimed her late grandfather's final Twitter response was not, in fact, written by the man himself. Paris claims to not know who exactly wrote the tribute to the man during his final hours on this planet, although she said it was lovely response all the same.
There will be another hearing later this month between Paris Jackson and Nicholas Lewis Stevens. We'll continue to keep you posted on the latest developments in Paris Jackson's life right here at CinemaBlend.