Kathy Griffin's neighbor has become a prisoner in his own home, afraid to go outside for fear of being recorded by cameras he claims the comedienne has directed at his home.
Jeffrey Mezger, the CEO of KB Homes, filed a request for a restraining order this week in Los Angeles Superior Court. According to the docs obtained by The Blast, Mezger claims that during one of his neighborly disputes with Griffin, the LAPD informed him that Griffin and her boyfriend, Randy Bick, "have been making illegal audio (and video) recordings of private conversations on my property over approximately the past 15 months."
Mezger says Griffin has at least two security cameras aimed directly at his house (see photos submitted by Mezger below). He says he and his wife "have been forced to virtually abandon outdoor activities on our property. We have also been forced to keep the windows that face the Griffin-Bick residence closed with the blinds drawn at all times, to reduce the chance of becoming the unwilling subject of further illegal recordings."
Mezger's TRO was granted by a judge until next week, when a hearing on the matter is scheduled.
As The Blast first reported, Griffin was granted a temporary restraining order against Mezger, ordering him to stay 100 yards away from Griffin and her boyfriend, Randy Bick. In her court filing, Griffin said she is so afraid for her safety, that she “is concerned that the effort to obtain this restraining order will result in retaliation of a violent nature if an immediate restraining order is not granted.”