Rapper ASAP Rocky has filed a restraining order against an alleged ‘stalker’ who he claims not only broke into his home and accessed his bedroom while he slept, but punched his assistant in the face, and squirted ink all over his car.
According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, the rapper is asking an L.A County judge to issue a restraining order against a woman he claims has bee harassing him for over two years.
In the filing, ASAP says the person is sleeping outside of his home in her car, and has damaged property, and even broke into his house and gained access to his bedroom while he was asleep.
“I do not know Respondent personally or professionally. Nor do I have any other relationship or affiliation with her,” the rapper says.
In the documents, Rocky outlines several very scary incidents involving this person and says the most recent confrontation was on June 7, 2020.
On the day, ASAP says after being denied entrance onto his property, the woman threatened to force her way in by making a U-turn in her car and heading towards his house. At that point, he says “stopped, rolled down her side window, and squirted ink from a sports bottle all over my vehicle, which was parked in my driveway.”
The rapper included photos of the damage in his filing…(BELOW)
He says at the same time, he heard the person shout, “F— you, I’ll be back again!” before driving off.
“My concern with Respondent’s instability and her potential threat to me is heightened by the knowledge that she has already been arrested for assault and battery on my assistant (see below), but she continues to stalk me,” he wrote in the filing.
According to the documents, in June 2018, ASAP claims the woman “arrived at my residence, while I was sleeping in the master bedroom on the second floor of my home. When my assistant at the time answered the door, (She) stated that she had a scheduled appointment with me.”
He continued, that while his assistant attempted to verify her statements, she “Punched her in her face, and ran upstairs to the second floor, and entered the master bedroom where I was sleeping.”
The rapper described the scary incident, saying after she, “entered the master bedroom, I was startled, jumped up, and began to resist (the woman’s) advances. In the midst of doing so, (she) ripped my pearl necklace off of my neck.”
The rapper claims his personal security team was able to remove her from the residence and contacted LAPD to pursue charges for assault and battery.
In another instance, ASAP Rocky says the person was able to access him in December of 2018, after he jumped into the crowd while performing at a concert and was able to hug him from behind.
“On December 20, 2018, I performed at an event, called Midnight Rave with a minimum of one thousand in attendance. While I was in the mosh pit, Respondent hugged me from behind without my knowledge or consent,” he says in the documents.
The rapper says the incident was caught on video, and he submitted screen grabs of the moment in which she was able to grab him.
He continued, “On that same night, after I entered my vehicle to leave the venue, Respondent jumped in without my permission, landing on my lap while I was in the backseat. At that point, I was startled, shocked, and in fear for my safety. To resolve this situation, my personal security team had to physically remove (the woman) from my vehicle.
In the end, ASAP wanted to make it clear, “To dispel any question, I am not married to Respondent. Nor am I engaged to Respondent; I have never asked Respondent to marry me. Furthermore, I have never invited or encouraged (her) to come to my home or spend time with me.”
ASAP is asking the court to order the woman to stay at least 1000 yards away from him, his home, and any of his security detail.
He claims, the person’s “apparent delusional, erratic, and impulsive state of mind” causes him to be in “constant fear that Respondent will approach me, members of my family, close friends, and at any time she could inflict severe bodily harm on us, break and enter my home at any time to find me, and damage my private property in her pursuit of me.”
It’s unclear at this point if a judge has signed off on the restraining order.