Court Upholds Stalker Protection for Hal Ketchum
A court has ruled that singer/songwriter Hal Ketchum must be protected for life from a stalker who changed her name to be similar to Ketchum's.
According to Courthouse News Service, an affidavit states Ketchum and his family have been stalked by Suzanna Eckchum, formerly Eckhert, for 15 years:
According to the musician, Eckchum has followed the Ketchums from Nashville to Austin and two other towns in Texas.
He added that Eckchum has followed his daughter and taken photos of his home, children and grandchildren.
After one concert, Ketchum stated, Eckchum made a "shooting motion" with her hand and said that if he "messed with her," he would be sorry.
After granting a temporary order, the trial court issued a lifetime stalking protective order.
Eckchum is now prohibited from attending any of Ketchum's concerts or being seen at venues three hours before and after his performances.
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