American country singing superstar Sheryl Crow has asked the court to issue a restraining order against a ‘disturbed’ fan who threatened to shoot her.
Crow, 50, filed a TRO against Phillip Gordon Sparks, who reportedly relayed to an employee at the Screen Actor’s Guild office that he is going to shoot the singer. The singer said the court need to issue TRO as soon as possible to protect her from the threat of her male fan.
Sources said aside from herself, the singer also sought protection for 16 people closest to her heart, including her two sons, five-year-old Wyatt and two-year-old Levi, as well as her siblings, parents, assistant, and manager.
According to reports, the judge handling the case is set to issue the ruling on the TRO soon.