Paris Jackson has been granted a court-ordered means of protection after being allegedly stalked by a male fan.
In official court documents obtained by TMZ – the daughter of late pop star Michael claims a man named Nicholas Lewis Stevens appeared at a recording studio she was working at in June. Paris had a short chat with Lewis, who allegedly confessed told he had been at the studio many times before and even waited up to 15 hours to spot her.
According to the docs, Paris' friend also confronted Lewis, asking why he was there, to which he replied, "What the f*** does it look like I'm doing here? I'm stalking your bitch." The cops were called and they detained Lewis after he allegedly told Paris, "By midnight it will all be over ... the way it ends is with her or with a shotgun."
The docs say Lewis tweeted at Paris too, saying they were soulmates.
A judge sided with Paris and granted her a temporary restraining order. Lewis was ordered to stay at least 100 yards away from her and cut any type of communication until a hearing later this month.