Photo: Villegas and Cintron
Steven Cintron, a 33 year old creeper who threatened to rape and kill Villegas will have to stay 100 yards from her for at least the next 3 years.
Jasmine Villegas, the teen singer who a while back was romantically linked to Justin Bieber, and starred in his “Baby” music video has been awarded an extension of three years in the restraining order she filed against Steven Cintron.
A Los Angeles Superior Court ruled that Cintron has to stay at least 100 yards away from the17-year old singer for the next three years.
The order extends to the internet as well and Cintron has been banned from contacting Villegas via twitter, and from making any more YouTube videos about her—he had made over 75!
According to court documents, Cintron sent Jasmine thousands of messages from 2009 to 2011. In these messages, Cintron often presented himself as a thug, and threatened people close to Villegas –whose name he can’t even pronounce correctly, proclaiming himself her “owner.”
In one particularly disturbing YouTube clip ... he offered $5,000 to anyone who would kill her; in a number of videos, the 33 yoear old man appeared holding deadly weapons, i.e. a gun, machete knives and the sort, and has also threatened to kill her mom, her current boyfriend, and her little brother.
Take a look at the creepy Cintron in the clip below, and join us in our forums section, where we will be discussing whether 100 yards is enough distance to put between a 17 year-old singer, and such an unbalanced person.
Pop singer Jasmine Villegas has successfully obtained a restraining order against a stalker who has been issuing threats of murder and rape.
Villegas starred in Justin Bieber’s “Baby” video and was the opening act for his “My World Tour”. Currently she is working on releasing her debut album and thus far has released one single from it “All These Boys”. On numerous occasions Villegas has been identified as one of Bieber’s girlfriends before he started dating Selena Gomez.
The stalker has been identified as Steven Cintron and according to court documents he has sent thousands of messages including video messages with death threats on them. In one such video Cintron offers $5,000 to anyone that would kill Villegas. He is also alleged to have threatened the star’s family and friends.