Michael Jackson’s daughter, Paris Jackson has been granted a temporary restraining order against her alleged stalker, Nicholas Lewis Stevens.
The 20-year-old model claimed that Stevens arrived at the recording studio, where she was working in June. Reportedly, the court documents stated that the stalker allegedly told Jackson he paid her multiple visits and once waited 15 hours for her.
According to The Mirror, Paris’ friend claimed to have confronted Stevens after the incident and called the police. Before making a reference to a shotgun, he told Jackson, ‘by midnight it will all be over…’
The court documents further stated that Stevens even tweeted Jackson and referred to them as ‘soulmates’.
After the case hearing, the actress and model was later granted a temporary restraining order against Stevens. Until the next hearing on July 24, Stevens has to stay away from Jackson for 100 yards and refrain from contacting her through any medium.
Recently, Paris posted a heartfelt lengthy caption on her grandfather, Joseph Jackson and opened up about how he was around his loved ones at the time of his death. She stated, “Spending those last few moments with you were everything. being able to tell you everything i needed to tell you before saying goodbye was such a blessing.
“Everyone that came to visit you, came with love, respect, and so much pride in their hearts for you. proud of you, proud to be your children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, proud to have your strength and share the dynasty you spent your life creating, and proud to be a jackson [sic]”
She even described her last moments with her grandfather and promised that her grand-children will know and remember Joseph Jackson, stating, “Sharing stories my dad used to tell me about you, telling a joke and hearing you laugh for the last time.. my heart is full knowing we left each other in that way. i made you promise me you’ll come visit me.
“You agreed and i’m going to hold you to it. and i promised you that we will keep telling your story, over and over. to never be forgotten. my great grandchildren will know who joseph jackson is.[sic]”
In June, Jackson noticed that someone vandalised the walk of fame of a British talk-radio personality named Michael Jackson and took it to Instagram to state that a ‘name is a name’. Proving that Jacksons always stick together, she grabbed a few cleaning products and efficiently scrubbed off the red spray paint.
Her caption read, “I understand that there is a difference between the radio emblem and the record, but a name is a name.”
Jackson is the second child and only daughter of King of Pop, Michael Jackson and Debbie Rowe.