Kelly Clarkson seeks protection from unwanted home visitor

Kelly Clarkson requests temporary restraining order against another unwanted home visitor who ‘appeared at her house in a semi-truck’

Kelly Clarkson has requested a temporary restraining order against another unwanted visitor who has allegedly appeared at her home multiple times since Thanksgiving.

Victor Fernandez, the man Clarkson is seeking protection from, has allegedly stopped by her home numerous times since the November 24 holiday, even arriving in a semi-truck on two occasions, according to legal documents viewed by TMZ.

Clarkson, who was recently granted a restraining order against an alleged trespasser who made 18 visits to her home, is also seeking protection for her family, nanny, and house manager in the Fernandez case. 

Seeking protection: Kelly Clarkson has requested a temporary restraining order against another unwanted visitor who has allegedly appeared at her home multiple times these last few weeks; pictured 2020

Michael Lopez, Clarkson’s head of security, claims Fernandez first stopped by her home on Thanksgiving.

Lopez alleged Fernandez arrived in a semi-truck before looking over her privacy gate and into her yard.

Fernandez allegedly made two more visits that same day, returning once again in the semi-truck followed by another time on foot. He allegedly rang the doorbell and said he was there to see the American Idol vet.

The legal docs also claim Fernandez returned to the home on foot on December 3 and spoke with house staff. He allegedly claimed Kelly instructed him to meet her at her home. The singer says she has no idea who he is.

Watching out for her family: Clarkson is also seeking protection for her family, nanny, and house manager 

Ludwin Munoz, who is a part of Clarkson’s security team, claimed he communicated with Fernandez using the home’s camera system during the December incident.

When Fernandez was denied entry, Munoz said he seemed confused and irritated. Fernandez allegedly said, ‘This is the second time she has done this … unless I am speaking to a scammer or something.’

Fernandez also allegedly took photos of the family SUV when Clarkson’s nanny arrived with her children. Police were called and a report was taken, according to the docs.

Scary: Victor Fernandez, the man Clarkson is seeking protection from, has allegedly stopped by her home numerous times since Thanksgiving, even once arriving in a semi-truck

Clarkson has requested that Fernandez be kept at least 100 yards away from her house, car, job, and the school and child care her children attend. She fears what Fernandez may do and is concerned he may bring harm to her or her family.

This is just the latest instance involving an unwanted visitor at Clarkson’s home.  

Last week Clarkson was granted a temporary restraining order against an alleged trespasser who repeatedly dropped off unwanted gifts at her Toluca Lake home – according to TMZ.

According to documents obtained by the publication, the singer had requested a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) against 56-year-old Huguette Nicole Young, who it’s claimed has shown up at Clarkson’s house at least 18 times since the end of October. It was granted until the hearing later this month.

Last week Clarkson was granted a temporary restraining order against an alleged trespasser who repeatedly dropped off unwanted gifts at her Toluca Lake home; pictured 2020

Young has left items including dog toys, stickers, plants, notes and seeds on Clarkson’s porch, Lopez claimed. 

Clarkson has requested she wants her family, nanny and house manager protected from Young and is asking a judge to keep her ‘at least a football field away from her home, job, and children’s school.’

The documents claim a different security guard confronted Young to tell her she was on camera and was trespassing, with Young reportedly apologizing but still returning to the $5.4million home on numerous occasions.

DailyMail.com has contacted Clarkson’s representatives for comment.

According to documents obtained by the publication, the singer, 40, had requested a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) against 56-year-old Huguette Nicole Young, who it’s claimed has shown up at Clarkson’s house at least 18 times since the end of October. It was granted until the hearing later this month 

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