Lana Del Rey Gets Restraining Order Against 2 Alleged Stalkers: Report

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Lana Del Rey attends Billboard Women in Music at Cipriani in New York City on Dec. 11, 2015. 

Is Lana Del Rey about to turn the “High by the Beach” video into real life?

Probably not, because that’s what police departments and restraining orders are for!  

The singer behind one of 2015’s most criminally underrated albums has been allegedly getting stalked by a pair of women lately, who have been camping outside her house and “screaming her name in the middle of the night,” according to TMZ. They have also left letters in her mailbox, which reportedly include threats of suicide. 

Del Rey filed restraining orders against the two women and hired bodyguards for extra protection. TMZ reports a judge approved her restraining order, requiring the women to stay 100 yards from her. Billboard reached out to a Lana Del Rey rep for confirmation. 

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Things got so bad that Lana moved to a different home within Malibu last year -- a more secluded location -- but the pair found her before long. 

Lana does not have any tour dates lined up in the near future, so here’s to hoping she can find some time to get away from the Malibu nonsense and just live