PETER Andre has opened up about a horrifying ordeal with a stalker that left him "freaked out".
Pete, 47, revealed a woman who went to his high school allegedly became obsessed with the singer and even sent him photos of a gun.
According to Pete, the stalker would hide in bushes outside his family's home in Australia to take photos of him, his brother and the house.
"She went to my school and got very obsessed. She sent pictures to my house of me and my brother that she'd taken behind bushes," he told New! magazine.
"One day I got a letter that said some really random things and there was a picture of her looking down the barrel of a gun.
"I was freaked out! Then I never heard from her again.
"It was very bizarre.
"I thought she was saying she was going to kill me!"
She seemed to cool her attention after Pete went to the police about it.
"I did [report it to the police] and they were going to look into it.
"I never heard anything, though. It's still very strange."
The Mysterious Girl singer also opened up about not being allowed to return to Australia to see his sick parents.
Pete is gutted he can't fly to see elderly Savvas, 87, and Thea, 84, who are struggling with their health.
The Australian government has imposed strict number caps on international arrivals to the country after a second wave of coronavirus flared up in Melbourne.
He told Good Morning Britain: "I don't want to take away from people here who weren't allowed to see their parents two miles away.
"The problem for us is that even though some restrictions are being lifted here, you can't go to Australia.
"If you were to go you would have to quarantine for two weeks somewhere else, you wouldn't be able to be with your parents, so it's a really difficult time now.
'My family always say that whatever job I was doing, wherever I was in the world if anything happened they said I would get on the next flight, but we can't do that. We can't go home."
"Mum isn't well and dad isn't well. They're 87 and 85. It's really tough.
"My brother is watching from Cyprus, we want to get there [to Australia]. it's tough that you just can't get on that plane."
From July 23 the Government advised against all non-essential travel to Victoria, Australia after it declared a state of emergency when coronavirus cases skyrocketed.
All travel to Australia is currently closed except for Australian citizens and permanent residents or those with an exemption.
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