Gary Allan stalker gets restraining order
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
– Gary Allan received a permanent restraining order Tuesday against a woman, the Tennessean reported Wednesday.
Katherine Anne Walker, 47, of Nashville, was charged with burglary, stalking, and vandalism over $1,000 and theft under $500 in court. Walker represented herself in court, alleging that Allan, who was in court, and his band mates worked to lead her to believe Allan was interested in her. Walker also alleged Allan wrote songs about her and bugged her telephones, according to the newspaper.'
Walker must not contact Allan, his band mates or their families.
Security cameras identified Walker as throwing potted plants outside of Allan's residence on May 3 along with throwing patio furniture into his pool, throwing an outdoor heater from a second story balcony and breaking a kitchen window. She admitted doing all of these.
Criminal charges remain against Walker.
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