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Billie Eilish and her family are getting a five-year restraining order against a man who allegedly broke into her childhood home at Highland Park of Los Angeles in the United States.

The award-winning grammy singer appeared virtually in court on Thursday, February 9th for a virtual hearing.

The judge granted the singer a 5-year restraining order against Christopher Anderson who reportedly broke into her house.

Billie’s parents, Patrick O'Connell and Maggie Baird,  and brother, Finneas O'Connell, are also getting protection.


Apparently, this is not the first time Christopher Anderson has crossed boundaries, last year Billie got a temporary restraining order against him.

Billie says she didn’t feel safe visiting her family anymore especially after they had to call the cops to the home 5 times in December as a result of Anderson’s unwanted visits.

Anderson was shortly arrested after Billie's parents made the fifth call in January.

The police also collected surveillance footage of a person wearing a mask and dressed in all black scaling a fence and looking around the property. 

Last month, Billie’s dad claimed that Anderson broke into their ‘family home’ after confessing his undying love for the songwriter while she never met him.

Speaking in the virtual court session Billie expressed her concern about numerous individuals stalking her.


"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.

However, 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.”

The permanent restraining order says Anderson must stay 100 yards away from Billie, her family, and her parent’s house and he can’t contact her on social media or come near her vehicle or workplace.

If he does, police can immediately arrest him.