Paris Jackson’s alleged stalker is behind bars after being ARRESTED for trying to enter her property
Paris Jackson should be able to breathe a little more easily now that a man who has allegedly been stalking the singer has been arrested.
The model, 25, is the only daughter of the late Michael Jackson and his ex-wife Debbie Rowe, 64.
Police were called to Paris’ home in early September after the suspect showed up at her Los Angeles area home, according to TMZ.
Security on duty at the time kept an eye on him until officers could arrive.
The suspect, a man named Ruben Palenco, 37, was picked up and taken away to the county jail, where he’s been held ever since.
Suspect arrested: A man who was allegedly stalking Paris Jackson, 25, has been arrested and is being held on $20,000 bail in Los Angeles (Pictured in Paris September 27)
Bail has been set at $20,000.
So far Palenco has been charged with 4 misdemeanors, including stalking and prowling.
The LAPD Threat Management Team is continuing to look into his activities.
Investigators say Palenco turned up on Paris’ property on New Year’s day.
He was reportedly seen there twice in August prior to his September 4 arrest.
In the meantime, Paris has been in her namesake city for Fashion Week.
There, she’s been taking in shows and rubbing shoulders with Florence Pugh, Shay Mitchell, Emma Chamberlain, Kris Jenner and more stars.
The Lighthouse singer will take the stage for her next big performance at the Hollywood Bowl on October 6.
She will be performing on the same bill with Incubus and Action Bronson.
The singer–songwriter signed her first record deal three years ago.
Charges: The suspect was arrested September 4 and charged with 4 misdemeanors — including stalking and prowling. Investigators believe the suspect made multiple attempts to enter her property (Pictured in Paris September 30)
Music: The Lighthouse singer will take the stage at the Hollywood Bowl October 6. She will be performing on the same bill with Incubus and Action Bronson (Pictured in Paris September 30)
Since then she has put out an album, Wilted, and an EP, The Lost.
She spoke with People earlier this year about her writing style.
‘My process is just, I come up with a progression that is decent, that isn’t too similar to other ones that I’ve used, and then I hum until I find a good melody. Then the lyrics just kind of happen,’ the artist explained.
‘All of my favorite songwriters are poets, so a lot of them follow the same iambic pentameter and rhyme patterns of standard poetry. So, I think that’s probably where I get it from,’ she said.