What happened to Billie Eilish? Singer’s home visited by police after ‘alarming’ call

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 13: Co-chair Billie Eilish attends The 2021 Met Gala Celebrating In America: A Lexicon Of Fashion at Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

Billie Eilish’s Los Angeles home was once again surrounded by police after authorities received a “alarming call.”

On Wednesday afternoon, officers from the Glendale Police Department were photographed standing outside Eilish’s home in Los Angeles. According to sources, law enforcement responded to the singer’s home after receiving a call that she was in trouble.

However, when they visited the area, they encountered members of her team who assured them that Eilish was fine.

As a result, they concluded that the call was made by a prankster.

They said:

“It appears someone made a prank call.”

The Mirror attempted to obtain an official statement from the LAPD and Eilish’s representatives. As of press time, no words had been released.

While the recent Wednesday call was a hoax and a false alarm, Eilish and her family are no strangers to having a serious problem at their Los Angeles home.

Videos of the Los Angeles Police Department surrounding Eilish’s home went viral in January. Officers from the Los Angeles Police Department responded to a call around 9:15 p.m. reporting a man dressed in black who attempted to burglarize the property.

Christopher Anderson, the suspect, was issued a 5-year restraining order. It also protects and covers her parents, Patrick and Maggie, as well as her brother Finneas.

Anderson allegedly attempted to break into the house in order to confess his feelings for the “everything I wanted” hitmaker.

Following the incident, the singer stated that she no longer felt safe visiting her family. Due to the man’s repeated, unwanted visits, the family reportedly called the police five times in December.

In other news, Lana Del Rey and Eilish recently spoke with Interview Magazine ahead of the release of the latter’s new album “Did You Know There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd.”

The duo discussed being despised as young artists.

Eilish said:

“They don’t ever let anything go. You literally can’t make a single mistake ever. No matter what you do to redeem yourself, it doesn’t matter. They decide that’s who you are and that you deserve death.”

Eilish faced even more criticism after she and Jesse Rutherford revealed their relationship at the LACMA Art + Film Gala 2022. Because of their 10-year age difference, the public largely disapproved of their relationship.