Halsey obtains temporary restraining order against obsessed fan

Halsey has obtained a temporary restraining order against a fan who she claims has harassed her and her neighbor.

The singer, 26, filed the order against a 27-year-old fan in Los Angeles Superior Court last week after retaining a private investigator to get his information, per court documents obtained by Page Six on Friday. She claimed in the filing that she was “fearful of life” because of his actions.

According to the docs, Halsey — whose real name is Ashley Frangipane — hired an investigator on Oct. 2 and, on that date, the investigator says that he listened to a voicemail from Halsey’s neighbor who said “a young gentleman has stopped at his residence looking for [her], under the impression that she lives at his residence. Additionally, the same male has stopped by 4 or 5 times since September this year and had called LAPD a few times.”

The neighbor also claimed that the fan “showed up at his residence with guitar, demanding to speak with Ms. Ashley Frangipane.” When the neighbor told him that she does not live there, he allegedly smashed his guitar on the ground and left a netbook behind to be given to her, according to docs.

The investigator added that per social media accounts he found, he believes that the fan was recently released from a psychiatric ward.

Halsey claimed in her restraining order filing that the fan believes that they are in love.

The “Bad at Love” songstress was granted her request to have him stay at least 200 yards away from her and any venue she is performing or rehearsing at. He is also not allowed to have any contact with her.

The order was granted on Oct. 23.

The singer also asked the court to have the fan pay her legal and investigative fees, which are to be determined. It is unclear what the court will rule on the matter.

Halsey and the fan are scheduled to appear in court on Nov. 16 when the order expires.

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