On Tuesday night, Susan Boyle returned from recording a single that would benefit Haiti to find an intruder in her home.
As a result of this incident, and a similar occurrence on Christmas that posited two strangers outside the singer's back window, Susan's brother is concerned. Very, very concerned.
"I am very upset about the lack of security," John Boyle told The Sun. "Her management company are too busy counting the money Susan has made them to consider her safety. The family have told them several times that vast improvements need to be made to avoid something like this happening."
So far, though, the lack of a response has troubled John.
He even compared the possible scenarios to the most violent event in music history: the assassination of John Lennon.
"Susan is a massive world star and needs better protection," he said. "You look at what happened to John Lennon in New York - it's really worrying."
The singing sensation, meanwhile, is standing strong. She said: "I'm not going anywhere - nobody's pushing me out of my house."
They are pushing her off the charts, however: Ke$ha finally took over the top spot from Boyle on the album sales chart this month. It was quite a run for the Scottish artist.