Lana Del Rey officially scored a big victory in court on Wednesday in a bid to extend a restraining order against two fans.
Testifying in Los Angeles, the Summertime Sadness singer, real name Elizabeth Woolridge Grant, told the court Nataliia Krinitsyna and Iuliia Vladimirovna have been so verbally threatening towards her she fears for her safety.
Lana recalled one recent trip to a bank, where she confronted "the girls" who "caused a big scene, screaming at me".
The singer also revealed the two women had threatened to commit suicide in letters they posted in her mailbox, and when she reported them to the police they called her a "a f**king b**ch" on Instagram.
Lana was granted a three-year restraining order against them, ordering Krinitsyna and Vladimirovna to stay at least 150 yards away from the singer and her assistants at all times.