Stalker: Billie Eilish Had Her House Blurred in Google Maps

Billie Eilish has reportedly had her house blurred from Google Street View after she was granted a temporary restraining order against a man who allegedly showed up at her Los Angeles home... seven times in one week! Like everything in life, extremes are bad. And this is not the first time it happened. Read about the terrifying encounter below.  

  • There are several cases in the entertainment industry about stalkers.  In 2009, a crazy woman showed up at Justin Timberlake’s house and said they were meant to be together and "rule the world"
  • Kim Kardashian also had a stalker that followed her in every public event she went until she got a restraining order against him.
  • TMZ reported that Eilish’s stalker received also a restraining order. In theory, after getting this order, the person must be away from Eilish within a certain distance. If he doesn't manage to respect that, he could go to jail for several years, plus he has now criminal records.

You can check the pop star house where she still lives with her parents in Los Angeles, California and you can check it out in the following video with James Gordon, English TV host.

The stalker is called Prenell Rousseau, must stay at least 200 yards (0.18 km) away from Billie and her family, and must cease all contact with them. The star filed for a restraining order because according to legal documents, the man allegedly showed up, rang the doorbell, and had the nerve to ask Billie's dad, "Does Billie Eilish live here?". What a creepy guy!

Billie Eilish modest family Los Angeles home



Eilish describes, "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," Billie alleged in the report.

"My father repeatedly asked him to leave, but he refused." She added that the man was exhibiting "erratic" behavior, and despite leaving at the request of security, he returned hours later and lay down behind a wall, attempting to camp there overnight. Talk about stalker mode!

Billie Eilish, always with style

According to the Sun, stars like Paul McCartney, Lily Allen, and Jimmy Page have requested to have their homes blurred from the search engine in the past.
A spokesperson for Google told the outlet: "If a person sees that their face or license plate requires additional blurring, or if they would like us to blur their entire house, car, or body, they can submit a request using the 'Report a problem' tool."

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