Huguette Nicole Young: Kelly Clarkson's 'stalker' shows up at her home despite restraining order

Huguette Nicole Young: Kelly Clarkson's 'stalker' shows up at her home despite restraining order
Kelly Clarkson attends NBC's 'American Song Contest' grand final live premiere and red carpet at Universal Studios Hollywood on May 9, 2022, in Universal City, California (Getty Images)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Kelly Clarkson's alleged stalker is reportedly not adhering to a restraining order that was issued against her in December 2022. Earlier, LAPD Threat Management launched an investigation against the alleged stalker, who, as per a complaint filed by Clarkson's security, was trespassing at the 'Breakaway' singer's residence and leaving unwanted gifts for her.

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Despite a restraining order which says the alleged stalker, Huguette Nicole Young, 56, must stay at least 100 yards away from Clarkson's home, TMZ reported that Young was spotted driving slowly past the 'Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)' singer's home on four different occasions over a 10-day period. She was also reportedly seen in a video standing outside Clarkson's driveway. 

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According to TMZ, "a strange person" trespassed on Clarkson's home and left her presents, prompting her to reach out to the police. The police were reportedly looking at Young's alleged behavior as very troubling but were not sure whether her actions were a threat to the singer or just something being done by a harmless fan.        

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Clarkson's head of security reportedly said that Young showed up at the singer's Los Angeles home at least 18 times since October 2022. The publication quoted the 'Since U Been Gone' singer's security as saying that despite being served a copy of the restraining order, Young was allegedly seen driving by Clarkson's residence in her Mazda SUV-- an act which they claimed was caught on camera. 

Following the January 12 incident where Young was allegedly seen slowly driving past Clarkson's home, the singer's legal team did not waste any time in apprising the court. As per court documents, her legal team reportedly believed that Young was the woman driving the Mazda SUV and that she was the person seen on video standing outside Clarkson's driveway. The development took place at a time the LAPD's Threat Management Unit continues to investigate the alleged stalker.

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