Lana Del Rey Gets Restraining Orders Against Obsessed Russians
Lana Del Rey is continuing to have issues with overzealous fans. The singer was granted restraining orders against two Russian women who have allegedly continued to hound her and make violent threats.
In her restraining order filings, Del Rey claimed that Nataliia Krinitsyna and Luliia Vladimirovna Pozdina have followed her around and screamed at her in public. She also avers that the two woman have allegedly made violent threats and even said they would kill themselves in letters sent to her new home. According to Del Rey, despite her moving to get away from them, Krinitsyna and Pozdina easily found her new house and have set up camp outside her home, where they allegedly disturb her (and presumably her neighbors) at night.
As a result, a judge approved the restraining orders, which requires the women to stay at least 100 yards away from Del Rey and her property at all times. Still, she fears the two Russians may try and kill her, which is why she’s hired more security to protect her at all times.
Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time that Del Rey has had a problem with overzealous fans As Gossip Cop previously reported, a 19-year-old was arrested last month for breaking into her Malibu home and living in her garage. The singer recently bought that home to escape fans who would camp outside her former residence in Los Angeles and harass her.