Kelly Clarkson ‘targeted by potential stalker’ | entertainment

Kelly Clarkson was reportedly attacked by a potential stalker.

The ‘Breakaway’ singer’s security reportedly filed a complaint with the Los Angeles Police Department after a man repeatedly left items at her $5.4 million mansion in Toluca Lake, Los Angeles.

TMZ reported Monday (12/5/22) that the 40-year-old called police after receiving several unwanted gifts from an unidentified man.

The outlet added he left “maps, plants, and other random items” on her porch, but is yet to be in “personal” contact with Kelly.

A source also told the site that the LAPD’s Threat Management Unit, which handles cases of harassment or stalking, is investigating the report.

Kelly’s team reportedly gave the unit surveillance footage of a man “delivering stuff” on her porch so they could “identify him for a background check,” “assess potential threats,” and decide if an arrest is appropriate.

Kelly bought her home in June after finalizing her divorce from talent manager Brandon Blackstock, 45, in March after two years of negotiations over their split.

The mother-of-two, who shares children River, eight, and Remington, six, with her ex, told Today in August that since she was 16 she had worked so much that she hadn’t had a summer off in decades and she bought The new home gave her and her family time to reunite and breathe easy.

She said: “I don’t think it might be common for a lot of working professionals – you generally don’t have summer vacation unless you’re in high school.

“But I just didn’t have the time, I didn’t have a minute, and it’s obviously been a tough couple of years.

“That’s why it was very important for me to switch off for a minute.”

She added that with her new free time she was “getting four wheels in the mountains” and was beginning to enjoy her new property.

Kelly said it helped with their split as well, adding, “And the kids were with me and with their dad, and it was nice because they usually have to travel a lot because of our split, so we were both in Montana.”

“It really was like that, it kind of felt like the first time, I think my kids felt a little bit more centered too, so it was nice.”


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