Drake, whose real name is Aubrey Drake Graham, filed a temporary restraining order on March 3 against an alleged stalker who reportedly made threats against the rapper and his 4-year-old son, Adonis, according to E News. 

The ban prohibits the alleged stalker, Mesha Collins, from contacting the rapper or coming within 100 yards of him, his family and his attorney.

Legal documents show that the “Hotline Bling” rapper requested the injunction against the 29-year-old for constantly harassing the Canadian rapper, which allegedly began several years ago, according to Complex.

In 2017, Collins was arrested for allegedly trespassing on Drake’s Hidden Hills property, TMZ reports.

Drake is also accusing Collins of sending him disturbing emails telling him to “put a bullet through your head now b***h,” and threatening to harm his family, according to TMZ. 

“She has sent messages saying she wishes me dead, and that I should shoot myself and my son with a bullet,” Drake stated in the court documents, according to E News. “As a result of Ms. Collins’ harassment and obsession with me, I have suffered and continue to suffer emotional distress and am concerned for my safety and that of my family.”

In August, Collins filed a lawsuit against the 35-year-old rapper for $4 billion in damages for alleged defamation and invasion of privacy; however, the court dismissed her civil complaint the same month. The judge that presided over the case noted that she “has not demonstrated any of [Drake]’s statements were about [her] or that he used her identity, name, or likeness in his Instagram posts or endorsements,” Billboard reports.

The rapper’s attorney also added in the court papers that “it is clear that Collins’s behavior and obsession with Graham is escalating, and I am very concerned by the contents of these messages which I believe necessitate the entry of a restraining order against her,” according to E News.