An otherwise quiet night at Billie Eilish's Los Angeles home took a loud turn when police showed up on her doorsteps on Feb 15.
Apparently, a prank caller sounded the false alarm, triggering the local police department's squad cars and officers to arrive.
Authorities told TMZ that they received a call to check on the Grammy-winning singer's well-being. They even made contact with members of Eilish's team members and determined that everything was fine.
Eilish and her family, however, recently did have a serious issue at her parents' house where she grew up. She even got a five-year restraining order against Christopher Anderson, who confessed his love for her after breaking into their family home in January.
The said order covers her parents as well as her brother, Finneas.
In 2021, Eilish opened up about her negative experience involving internet trolls and criticism.
“The people that even say the crazy stuff don’t even think you will see it. They would never say that to you in real life. What is the point of trying to do good if people are just going to keep saying that you are doing wrong?” she said.
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Eilish likewise addressed her inconsequential efforts to do "good for people" who only end up spreading online hate.
“I try so hard to do good for the world and good for people. It’s like you can try to do everything right and still it is like one of those exposing celebs accounts goes, ‘Billie Eilish is getting backlash for whatever in the world,’“ she concluded.