No Doubt and DREAMCAR bassist Tony Kanal final week (April 1) reportedly obtained a restraining order towards an alleged stalker who’s stated to have repeatedly intruded on the musician’s house in Los Angeles.
Ledger, the actor who died in 2008, beforehand owned the property the place the intrusions purportedly occurred. Kanal, a member of No Doubt since 1987 who’s carried out on the entire Gwen Stefani-led band’s albums, bought the home in L.A.’s Los Feliz district for round $2.8 million in 2005, three years earlier than Ledger’s loss of life, per an article from Berg Properties.
The stalker reportedly asserted that they used to stay within the house with Ledger. In addition they hopped an entry gate to entry the property and had been “wielding a big stick and a knife” on a minimum of one event they terrorized Kanal and his household, in line with authorized paperwork obtained by the celeb tabloid web site.
After a decide reportedly signed the restraining order on Friday, the stalker should keep 100 yards from the household and the house till a listening to later this month.
The story appears doubtless a cautionary psychological well being story. At one level, per TMZ, the stalker requested to be let into Kanal’s storage so they might “wake” Ledger. They purportedly threatened the household by saying, if “you understand what is sweet for you, you’ll let me in.”
No Doubt final launched an album with 2012’s Push and Shove. Since, Kanal’s saved busy writing and producing for others in addition to enjoying within the new-wave supergroup DREAMCAR with AFI’s Davey Havok. DREAMCAR issued their self-titled debut in 2017.
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