Kelly Clarkson gets permanent restraining order against 2 stalkers who must stay 100 yards away from her

Kelly Clarkson gets permanent restraining order against 2 stalkers who must stay 100 yards away from her
Kelly Clarkson has been given permanent restraining orders against two people (Phillip Faraone/Getty Images)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: According to reports, Kelly Clarkson is now granted some legal protection from two people who kept showing up at her house without an invitation and causing a ruckus. Clarkson has been given permanent restraining orders against Victor Fernandez and Huguette Nicole Young on Thursday for the next five years.

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The two creepy strangers Young and Fernandez are both barred from making any form of contact with the ‘Because of You’ singer or her children daughter River, 8, and son, Remington, 6, and must stay at least 100 yards away, reported TMZ.

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What did Victor Fernandez do?

As per TMZ report, on Thanksgiving 2022, Victor Fernandez drove up to Kelly's house in a semi-truck, peered through her security gate, and said he was there to see Kelly. He went back to the house more than once. Fernandez allegedly snapped pictures of a car carrying Clarkson's children in addition to asking to speak to Kelly. 

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As reported by Page Six, on December 3, Fernandez allegedly returned on foot, this time looking "irritated and confused," and said that Clarkson had urged him to meet her there. He is reported to have said in the course of the conversation, "This is the second time she has done this... unless I am speaking to a scammer or something." According to the head of security, Michael Lopez, Fernandez snapped pictures of the car the singer's nanny was using while the children were with her. 

What did Huguette Nicole Young do?

Kelly has reportedly filed a police complaint against a strange man last year who was creepily trespassing on her residence's premises and leaving unwanted gifts for her. Her alleged stalker had reportedly not adhered to a restraining order that was issued against her in December 2022. After receiving a complaint from Clarkson's security that the accused stalker was intruding at her home and leaving unwelcome gifts for her, LAPD Threat Management opened an investigation.

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Huguette Nicole Young, 56, is accused of stalking Kelly Clarkson. According to a restraining order, Young is required to keep at least 100 yards away from Clarkson's house, but over the course of a 10-day period, TMZ reported that Young was seen driving slowly past the singer's house four times. In a video, she was allegedly captured standing in front of Clarkson's driveway.

Young allegedly visited the singer's Los Angeles home at least 18 times since October 2022, according to Clarkson's head of security. The 'Since U Been Gone' singer's security, according to the report, said that despite receiving a copy of the restraining order, Young was apparently observed driving by Clarkson's house in her Mazda SUV, an incident that was allegedly captured on camera.

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