Thursday, November 13, 2008

Paula Abdul's Reported Fan Visited Home Multiple Times

New details on Paula Goodspeed are emerging in the wake of her apparent suicide near Paula Abdul's Los Angeles home. Police are now revealing that Goodspeed had visited the "American Idol" judge's home "on multiple occasions," according to

"Our station has been called to respond to Paula Abdul's house on multiple occasions over the last several years concerning Ms. Goodspeed," LAPD Capt. James Miller tells the Web site. "The last time our officers had contact with Goodspeed was in July."

"I can't say whether Ms. Abdul was directly harassed," the captain continues. "Ms. Goodspeed had been causing enough of a disturbance [to have police called]." There are reportedly no court records of a restraining order by Abdul against Goodspeed.

Goodspeed was a former "Idol" hopeful who did not pass her audition to go to Hollywood. On her MySpace page she wrote about the apparent backlash of her harsh comments about the judges, saying, "It's very hard reading such awful things being written about yourself.....or hearing things being said..... not like alot of people would understand what it's like having so many haters," she wrote, "just because I made the mistake of trying out for a singing competition before I was even ready vocally, emotionally and physically."

Watch ET for the latest developments on this story.

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