Singer Justin Timberlake had to get a temporary restraining order against a female stalker named Karen McNeil that has broken into Timberlake’s home several times. Read more on Timberlake’s stalker below.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Cunningham has granted Justin Timberlake a temporary restraining order stating that Karen McNeil, 48, must stay at least 100 yards away from him.
The judge will also consider granting a three-year restraining order at a later hearing in November.
Court documents show that McNeil broke into Timberlake’s home for the third time last week before being she was placed in protective psychiatric custody by police.
The woman, who is believed to be homeless, twice appeared at the singer’s home in June, and even once left a letter for Justin.
“McNeil’s ever-increasing, aggressive and harassing conduct has become extremely frightening,” the court order said, adding that Timberlake “fears for the personal safety of himself, his family and employees”.
A security guard at Justin’s home said Karen McNeil had a trunk full of clothes and personal belongings. She apparently thought she was moving in with the singer.
McNeil was released from police custody after a series of mental health checks.
Karen McNeil also stalked Guns N Roses singer Axl Rose back in 1997 and she pleaded no contest to disobeying a court order restricting her Axl.
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