Paris Jackson granted a temporary restraining order against her alleged stalker
The court documents state that Nicholas tweeted Paris saying that they were soulmates and that once he had spent 15 hours outside her studio waiting for her.
Michael Jackson's daughter Paris Jackson has been granted a temporary restraining order against her alleged stalker, Nicholas Lewis Stevens. As reported by Mirror, in the court documents it has been stated that Nicholas had arrived at a recording studio where she was working in June. He reportedly told her that he had paid a visit to the studio multiple times to meet the model and once spent 15 hours waiting for her.
It has been claimed that Paris' friend confronted the stalker and at one point in time the police had to be called. He allegedly told Paris that "by midnight it will all be over..." before making reference to a shotgun. The documents further state that Nicholas tweeted Paris saying that they were soulmates. After hearing the case, a judge has granted a temporary restraining order for Nicolas.
This means that he must stay at least 100 yards away from and refrain from contacting Paris in any way until another hearing on July 24. This comes after Paris recently opened up about the death of her grandfather, Joe Jackson. The actress mentioned that he was surrounded by his loved ones in his final hours and spent his time telling stories about his son and Paris' dad, Michael Jackson.
"Spending those last few moments with you were everything,” the 20-year-old wrote in a lengthy Instagram caption. “Being able to tell you everything I needed to tell you before saying goodbye was such a blessing.” Her tribute also looked back at the cherished moments she spent with her grandfather. "I will cherish every moment with you til the day I die, especially our last moments. Being able to hold your hand, lay with you and cuddle you, give you kisses all over your cheeks and forehead, meant more to me than you’ll ever know," she said.
Prior to this, she showed that Jacksons always stick together. It came to her notice that someone had vandalized the walk of fame star of a British talk-radio personality Michael Jackson, so she grabbed some cleaning products and began to clean it herself. Showing her allegiance to the Jackson moniker, Paris said, “I understand that there is a difference between the radio emblem and the record, but a name is a name.”