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Drake Takes Legal Action Against Alleged Stalker

The Toronto rapper has filed a restraining order.

Drake has reportedly filed legal action against an alleged stalker whom he claims has harassed him for several years.

According to Complex, legal documents show the Toronto rapper has requested a temporary restraining order against the woman, Mesha Collins, 29. If granted, the order would prohibit Collins from going near or contacting the rapper, his son Adonis, mother Sandy Graham, and father Dennis Graham, the report notes.

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TMZ reports Collins was arrested in 2017 for trespassing at Drake’s property in Hidden Hills. Since the arrest, the woman has allegedly showed up at Drake’s residence on multiple occasions and threatened his life as well as his family’s. Drizzy also received a series of emails last month, including one that stated he should commit suicide by putting “a bullet through” his head, according to his lawyer Larry Stein.

The filing comes after Collins hit Drake with a $4 billion lawsuit alleging defamation and invasion of privacy over his reveal that he had been stalked by her. “In April 2017, somebody broke into my Los Angeles home when I was not there. At the time of that incident, I was not told any details about the trespasser, including her name,” he wrote, as reported by RadarOnline. “I understand that [Collins] filed a lawsuit against me in August 2021. When this lawsuit was filed and served on me, I learned that Plaintiff is the same person who broke into my house in Los Angeles in April 2017.” The suit was dismissed in November.

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