According to E! News, Drake filed for a temporary restraining order against Mesha Collins on March 3. In the documents, the singer accuses Collins of harassing him from as far back as 2017, when she was arrested for breaking into his home in Los Angeles.
“Ms Collins is a stalker. I have no relationship whatsoever with her.” He continued, “She has sent messages saying she wishes me dead, and that I should shoot myself and my son with a bullet.”
“As a result of Ms Collins‘ harassment and obsession with me, I have suffered and continue to suffer emotional distress and am concerned for my safety and that of my family.”
Noting that her behaviour appeared to be escalating, Drake’s lawyer cited email correspondence he had had with her in February, amid her own failed attempt to obtain a restraining order.
“In response to my email, Collins sent me a series of extremely disturbing emails,” he states. “threatening not only Mr Graham but also his son and myself. In these messages, she expresses her desire that Mr Graham die and that I get what I ‘deserve’.”
Drake also added that Collins had admitted to some of her behaviour during a hearing in February, which included being “arrested three times for trespassing” and “another five or six times for assaulting or spitting on his fans, or otherwise disturbing the peace”.
The restraining order will prohibit Collins from communicating with Drake or coming within 100 yards of the rapper, his 4-year-old son, his parents, or his lawyer.