NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 11: Singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey attends Billboard's 10th Annual Women In Music  at Cipriani 42nd S
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Lana Del Rey earned a victory in court on Wednesday (Jan. 6) when she was granted a restraining order against two fans whom she claimed had been verbally threatening her.

According to TMZ, the pop singer claimed that Nataliia Krinitsyna and Iuliia Vladimirovna had hunted her down and written “disturbing” messages that hinted at a possible physical altercation. Lana reportedly claimed that she moved to get away from the two women after incidences like when they “caused a big scene screaming at me" during a bank visit.

Del Rey won over the judge on Wednesday, receiving a maximum restraining order against the pair. They must stay at least 150 yards away from the singer for the next three years.

The court visit follows the arrest of a 19-year-old man hiding out at Del Rey’s Malibu beachfront property last month. That stalker thankfully did not disturb Del Rey before being discovered by police.