Lana Del Rey Testifies in Court Against Alleged Stalkers: Report

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Lana Del Rey attends the GQ Men of the Year Awards 2012 at The Royal Opera House in London, England. 

According to a report, Lana Del Rey has testified in court against a pair of stalkers, winning a restraining order against the perpetrators. 

Earlier this week, TMZ reported Del Rey filed for restraining orders against two women who had been intruding on her Malibu residence, leaving her threatening letters, and “screaming her name in the middle of the night.” Now, TMZ reports that yesterday (Jan. 6) the singer testified in court against her alleged stalkers and won a decision her favor. 

“The girls caused a big scene screaming at me,” Del Rey says in the report. In the quotes TMZ obtained, she says she found it "most disturbing" that the pair continued to stalk her even after she moved to a new residence. She said she got an Instagram message saying, "You're a f--king bitch,” after reporting them to police. 

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Per TMZ's report, Del Rey was granted a 150-yard restraining order against the two stalkers for the next three years. 

Billboard has reached out to a representative for Lana Del Rey for further comment. 


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