Sep 17, 2020
Katy Perry Reportedly Granted Restraining Order After Alleged Stalker Posted Death Threats, Showed Up At Her Home
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Perry was granted the temporary order Monday after William Terry showed up at her home on Sept 8, according to an article published by Page Six. Terry is reportedly a homeless man who lives in a silver Buick sedan.
The alleged stalker reportedly threatened #KatyPerry‘s family ???? https://t.co/Kl2WVx9qVh
— 96.7 KISS FM (@967kissfm) September 16, 2020
“Terry jumped the fence of my home in the Beverly Hills area of Los Angeles. Security ordered Terry to leave,” Perry wrote in the petition obtained by Page Six. “When he refused he was placed under citizen’s arrest and then formally arrested for criminal trespass by the Los Angeles Police Department.” (RELATED: ‘The Bachelor’ Star Cassie Randolph Reportedly Files For Restraining Order Against Colton Underwood)
Perry is reportedly scared of Terry because he has posted “death threats on social media.” He had also claimed he wanted to “snap Orlando Bloom’s neck,” according to Page Six.
Terry reportedly attempted to enter Perry’s home Aug. 3.
Perry has been granted a hearing to make the restraining order permanent on Oct. 8. The temporary order also covers Bloom, the couple’s daughter Daisy and Bloom’s son, the outlet reported.View this post on Instagram
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I hate writing about this kind of stuff because it all seems so scary. Why can’t people just leave celebrities alone? It’s absolutely crazy to show up at a celebrity’s home and expect them to let you into their home or not call the police on you.
We should normalize treating celebrities like normal people and some of this would probably go away.
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Bronx basketball star dead after Hells Kitchen stabbing
A rising basketball star died weeks after he was stabbed during an August fight on a Hell’s Kitchen street, according to cops.
Terrell Wigfall, 24, was stabbed in the chest at the corner of 11th Avenue and West 54th Street just after 10 p.m. August 22, police said Thursday morning.
Wigfall — who lived about half-a-mile from the scene — was rushed to Mount Sinai West Hospital, where he died of his injuries Sept. 16, according to cops.
The case has since been ruled a homicide. The circumstances of the violent squabble were unclear Thursday morning.
Wigfall was the leading scorer for the Bronx Community College basketball team, the Bronx Broncos, according to a 2018 update on the team’s website.
“Terrell Wigfall scored a total of 49 points in the two games the Broncos played during the week that ended January 7, 2018,” the team said. “At the free throw line he made 16 out of 18 free throws attempted. Terrell Wigfall had 15 rebounds, 11 assists, 7 steals and 5 turnovers.”
It’s unclear how long he played for the team, but his name was not listed on the 2019-2020 roster, the most recent available online.
Friends and family were heartbroken by his death.
“At a loss for words,” his aunt, using the name Sha Glove on Facebook, posted. “S.I.P. nephew. Terrell Wigfall you will never be forgotten!”
Wigfall attended Edward A. Reynolds West Side High School on the Upper West Side, teacher Mark Torres posted.
“Terrell, lost to violence, a young dad, star athlete, and graduate of West Side HS,” Torres wrote. “We created a temporary memorial for him until we can set up something more permanent inside the school. We miss you and will always LOVE and Remember you! Rest in Paradise.”
Friend Marquee Kee-Goldee posted photos from a memorial for Wigfall.
“Met his lil princess, wifee [sic] and sister,” he wrote. “His mans, right hands, brothers, coaches, and people that he touched their hearts came out for him. He put on for everybody.”
“It’s not right this happened to a kid who had a ticket out,” he said. “God’s Gift was his talent, God’s Plan was his spirit he gave to us all.”