She got it, she got it bad
Usher Takes Out Restraining Order Against Stalker
Somebody told this Usher fan she didn’t have to call. They were wrong.
The R&B star has obtained a temporary restraining order against a 26-year-old woman who, according to the artist, showed up at his Atlanta home twice and, on her second visit, told the cops that she was his wife, E! News confirms.
According to the documents filed in Fulton County Superior Court, Darshelle Jones-Rakestraw’s actions left Usher “in reasonable fear for his own safety and/or the safety of his immediate family.”
But she argues that she is no stalker—and that Usher knows her.
Jones-Rakestraw posted a video yesterday in which she claims that she has archived voicemails she has received from Usher since meeting him last year.
“I’m assuming that when he calls me he expects me to answer his call and it doesn’t matter how I get to him,” she said. “That is the reason why I showed up at his property.”
The complaint states that Jones-Rakestraw first showed up Saturday and police told her not to come back.
This chick is a crazy mess! SMH
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