Kelly Clarkson can get a little more sound sleep tonight.
TMZ reported that the Grammy winner was granted permanent restraining orders against two alleged stalkers on Thursday.
According to the outlet, the individuals — Victor Fernandez and Huguette Nicole Young — have been banned from having any kind of contact with Clarkson or her children, daughter River, 8, and son, Remington, 6, for the next five years.
Additionally, Fernandez and Young reportedly must stay at least 100 yards away from the family.
The perpetrators reportedly performed and vandalized the “American Idol” Season 1 winner’s Los Angeles home on multiple occasions.
According to TMZ, Fernandez reportedly showed up at Clarkson’s residence three separate times on Thanksgiving 2022.
The singer’s head of security, Michael Lopez, claimed that Fernandez arrived first in a semi-truck, at which time he allegedly peeked over Clarkson’s gate and looked into her yard.
Lopez claimed that Fernandez returned home twice, once in the same semi-truck and later on foot, at which time he allegedly rang the doorbell and said he was there to see the singer.
Fernandez then reportedly returned on foot on December 3, appearing “irritated and confused”, and told the home’s staff that Clarkson had instructed him to meet her there.
During the encounter she reportedly said, “This is the second time he’s done this… unless I’m talking to a scammer or something.”
Lopez also claimed that Fernandez took pictures of the car in which the songstress’ maternal grandmother was driving with the children.
Young, for his part, has reportedly been pulled over to Clarkson’s home about 20 times over the past several years.
Lopez claimed Young left gifts and other items at Clarkson’s front gate, while the former “Voice” judge alleged Young has been sending her fan mail since 2009.
Clarkson’s rep did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.