Kelly Clarkson’s stalker violates the restraining order by driving past the singer’s house FOUR times

Kelly Clarkson’s female stalker, Huguette Nicole Young, has allegedly violated her temporary restraining order, according to the superstar’s security team.

Despite being ordered to stay “at least 100 yards away” from the 40-year-old “Since U Been Gone” hitmaker’s home, the 56-year-old Young was reportedly caught on camera driving “slowly past” her residence .

According to legal documents obtained by TMZ on Saturday, Young drove her Mazda SUV “four different times over a 10-day period.”

Scary: Kelly Clarkson's female stalker, Huguette Nicole Young, has consistently violated her temporary restraining order, according to the superstar's security team;  seen in March 2022

Scary: Kelly Clarkson’s female stalker, Huguette Nicole Young, has consistently violated her temporary restraining order, according to the superstar’s security team; seen in March 2022

Last month, Clarkson obtained a temporary restraining order against Young, who reportedly delivered unwanted gifts to her home on multiple occasions.

According to documents obtained by the publication, the singer had filed for a temporary restraining order (TRO) against Young, who had reportedly appeared at Clarkson’s home at least 18 times since late October.

Young left dog toys, stickers, plants, notes and seeds on Clarkson’s porch, among other things, claims Michael Lopez, who says he led Clarkson’s security for five years.

Harassed: Despite being ordered to stay 'at least 100 yards away' from the 40-year-old since hitmaker U Been Gone's home, the 56-year-old Young was caught on camera repeatedly driving 'slowly past' her residence (pictured in 2017)

Harassed: Despite being ordered to stay ‘at least 100 yards away’ from the 40-year-old since hitmaker U Been Gone’s home, the 56-year-old Young was caught on camera repeatedly driving ‘slowly past’ her residence (pictured in 2017)

Clarkson has asked that she protect her family, nanny and house manager from Young and is asking a judge to keep her “at least a football field away from her home, job and school from the kids.”

The documents allege another security guard confronted Young to tell her she was on camera and trespassing, with Young reportedly apologizing but still returning to the $5.4 million home repeatedly.

After that, the temporary restraining order was granted Clarkson security has filed a report with the Los Angeles Police Department.

Alarming: According to legal documents obtained by TMZ on Saturday, Young allegedly drove her Mazda SUV “four separate times over a 10-day period”

Alarming: According to legal documents obtained by TMZ on Saturday, Young allegedly drove her Mazda SUV “four separate times over a 10-day period”

Keeping her family safe: Last month, Clarkson got a temporary restraining order against Young, who reportedly delivered unwanted gifts to her home on multiple occasions;  seen in September 2022

Keeping her family safe: Last month, Clarkson got a temporary restraining order against Young, who reportedly delivered unwanted gifts to her home on multiple occasions; seen in September 2022

A source also told TMZ that the LAPD’s Threat Management Unit (TMU), which handles cases of harassment or stalking, was “investigating” the threat.

The incidents appeared to have taken place in her beautiful home, complete with a lavish swimming pool, spa, tennis and basketball courts, which she purchased in June.

Clarkson finalized her divorce from Brandon Blackstock in March after two years of bitter negotiations.

Following her messy split, the mother-of-two left her coaching position on NBC’s The Voice after eight seasons after “a tough few years.”

Careful: Clarkson has asked that she protect her family, nanny and house manager from Young, asking a judge to keep her

Careful: Clarkson has asked that she protect her family, nanny and house manager from Young, asking a judge to keep her “at least a football field away from her home, work and children’s school”

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