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Drake Requests Court-Ordered Protection After Alleged Stalker Who Keeps Showing Up At His Home & Saying That She Wants Him Dead

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Mar. 4 2022, Published 6:37 p.m. ET

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Drake has found himself in an extremely terrifying situation.

According to court documents obtained by OK!, the "Hotline Bling" artist, 35, has asked for a court-ordered protection for himself and his family (including his 4-year-old son Adonis Graham) after a woman — referred to as Collins — has repeatedly shown up at his home and stated that she wants him dead.

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Per the legal papers, Drake alleged the 29-year-woman has been stalking around his Hidden Hills property for years. Collins was reportedly arrested and convicted in 2017 of trespassing on the Grammy Award winner's estate.

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Drake's attorney Larry Stein who quickly rushed to court to obtain the restraining order claimed that he himself received emails from the alleged stalker that stated that Drake should "put a bullet through your head now bitch."

The hit maker believes that Collins has been trying to get in contact with him by requesting a restraining order of her own, filing a $4 billion defamation case against him.

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Drake has stated that due to the unwanted harassment, he has suffered from emotional distress and fearing for his and his family's safety due to her "harassment and obsession with me." When asked if he had ever previously met or known Collins, he stated “Ms. Collins is a stalker. I have no relationship whatsoever with her.”

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The Degrassi: The Next Generation star has asked a judge to sign off on a protective order that would ensure that would keep the woman at least 100 yards away from Drake and his loved ones.

“Collins has threatened not only Mr. Graham, but also his son and his counsel Stanton L. Stein. Mr. Stein will allow contact for service of pleadings and court documents only, but threats and harassing messages must stop," the papers stated.

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