An obsessed fan must now stay away from Billie Eilish and her family for three years.
Last month, the singer first got a temporary restraining order against a man who showed up at her door multiple times and even prepared to spend the night behind a wall adjacent to her home.
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has now extended that restraining order to 2023.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Billie was not present at the court hearing, but she, her parents and her attorney called into the courtroom, the Associated Press reported. Billie did not speak during the hearing.
In forcing the man to stay 100 yards away from Billie and her family, the order also prohibits the 24-year-old fan from assaulting or harassing Billie's family, or from coming near her workplaces.
Initially, Billie's team asked for a five-year order, but the judge settled on three years.
TMZ reported last month that the man first showed up at the singer's home on May 4. After ringing the doorbell, the man asked through a video doorbell if Billie lived there. Billie's father replied through the intercom that the man had the wrong house.
The same man allegedly returned later that evening.
"While we waited for security, [the fan] remained on our porch, sat down and began to read a book, while also continuing to engage in a periodic monologue. My father repeatedly asked him to leave, but he refused," Billie said in her court documents last month.
After security eventually got the man away from the home, he again returned, this time laying down behind a wall. TMZ reported he was preparing to the spend the night there.
The man then came back the following day and used the door handle in an attempt to gain entry.
"He returned again and again and was not deterred by anyone," TMZ wrote.
He allegedly appeared at the home seven times within two days.
One of the many things that really irked Billie and her family is that the man seemed unconcerned with the current COVID-19 pandemic, which advises people to wear masks and avoid touching things. The "Bad Guy" singer said that of the seven appearances, he was without a mask for five of them. He also was not wearing gloves when he touched the doorbell and doorknob multiple times, she said.