JLo loses restraining order against alleged stalker
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan. 26 (ANI): Due to lack of prosecution, Jennifer Lopez has lost her restraining order against Tim McLanahan, a man who has allegedly been stalking the singer for years.
Lopez wrote in her filing that she did not give McLanahan notice of the temporary restraining order filing because she was afraid that would render it useless, as he was unable to be located at the time, reports E! Online.
Earlier this month, attorneys for the 'Shades of Blue' star had obtained the order against the alleged stalker, Tim McLanahan, 64, of Washington State after he was arrested for visiting her Los Angeles mansion without permission.
The security team member said McLanahan drove to JLo's property on August 31, last year, demanding to see her.
He said police were called and arrested him after he declined orders to leave and that a restraining order was issued and later expired. Police records show he was arrested that day and released the day after.
The security team member said that since that time, McLanahan he sent Lopez flowers, telling her to "get better," despite the fact she was not ill.
He said the singer feared he would come by her property again and that she is "also fearful for her children."
McLanahan is also accused of following Lopez around in Las Vegas after attending her shows. (ANI)