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Published at Fri, 05 Mar 2021 12:26:58 +0000
stalker who camped outside her home
Billie Eilish has reportedly obtained a five-year civil harassment restraining order against a stalker who was camping out opposite her Los Angeles home.
According to E! News, the singer, 19, won the order after alleging that John Hearle, 23, camped outside a school across the road from her family home and perches on a fence to look into her house. He also allegedly performed a throat-slitting gesture when he saw the singer.
Eilish initially obtained a temporary restraining order last month, but she is said to have secured the five-year civil harassment order last Thursday.
In legal documents obtained by The Blast, Eilish said Hearle’s alleged activity causes her “emotional injury including fear for my safety, fear for the safety of my family, and loss of my sense of peace and tranquility and security in my home and personal space resulting from the repeated instances of harassment”.
Billie Eilish CREDIT: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for iHeartMedia
She continued: “I no longer feel safe going outside my home and enjoying basic physical exercise in my neighbourhood, as he could attempt to approach and hurt me … Every time I see him I just want to scream.”
Last May, Eilish’s family home was also blurred on Google Street View after she obtained a restraining order against a trespasser who visited her home seven times. She was granted the temporary order against 24-year-old Prenell Rosseau.
Last month saw Eilish discussing her rise to global stardom in new AppleTV+ documentary The World’s A Little Blurry.
In a five-star review of the project, NME wrote: “Giving them [fans] access to her intimate thoughts and feelings – both lyrically and now through this documentary – is why they love her so much. Other artists prepping for their own films should take note.”
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Published at Mon, 08 Mar 2021 08:50:19 +0000
as they cover ‘Toxic’
King Crimson’s Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox have shown support for the #FreeBritney movement as they performed a cover of one of Britney Spears’ hits.
In the latest edition of the couple’s Sunday Lockdown Lunch series, they played a version of Spears’ 2003 single ‘Toxic’.
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In the video, Fripp appeared in his typical shirt, waistcoat and tie, while Willcox carried a truncheon and had black makeup painted over one eye. Before the performance started, a title screen showed the #FreeBritney hashtag, which also appeared in the right-hand corner of the video throughout.
After the pair had finished their version of the track, they both held up handmade signs with a red heart in the middle and the words “Britney we c you” around it. Watch the performance below now.
Last week, Fripp and Willcox were joined by a snake for a cover of Foo Fighters’ ‘Everlong’. “No animals were harmed or mistreated in the filming of this episode,” a title screen assured viewers at the start of that episode.
Earlier this year, Willcox revealed that the musical couple had started the Sunday Lockdown Lunch series because Fripp had started “withdrawing” under coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
“Here I am in this house with this 74-year-old husband who I really don’t want to live without,” she said. “He was withdrawing, so I thought: ‘I’m going to teach him to dance.’ And it became a challenge.
“I do the lighting, the filming, the conceptual side and the persuading Robert to take part.”
Other covers in the series so far have seen the pair take on tracks by the likes of Alice Cooper, Metallica, Soft Cell, Guns N’ Roses, Led Zeppelin, Nirvana and more.
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Published at Sun, 07 Mar 2021 18:14:32 +0000