A judge Tuesday granted Paris Jackson a temporary restraining order against a man who showed up unexpectedly at a recording studio in May and allegedly made menacing remarks to her and a companion.
A Pasadena Superior Court judge directed Nicholas Lewis Stevens to stay at least 100 yards from the late Michael Jackson’s 20-year-old daughter.
Stevens made reference to a shotgun and said, “This is the end of the road, this is it for me,” during the interaction with Jackson and her companion, according to the petition.
A hearing on whether to extend the stay-away order is scheduled for July 24.
In other Jackson news, Paris Jackson’s grandfather Joe Jackson dies at age 89.