La popular modelo y productora de shows en la TV USA, Tyra Banks, ha sido acechada por un admirador, lo cual le ha causado temor y angustia en ella.
Ella lo ha llevado, a su cargoso admirador o “Stalker”, ante una corte policial donde le han cobrado una multa y tiene una severa advertencia de no acercarse mas a ella.
Abajo pueden ver mayor detalle de esta noticia en Ingles. Lo mismo que se pueden ver algunos videos de lo que Tyra Banks suele hacer en su show televisivo que tiene mucha sintonia en la comunidad norteamericana.
TYRA BANKS ‘STALKER’ GETS FREE PASS BUSTED, QUICKLY RELEASED
SUPERMODEL vs. SUPER ‘CREEP’: The site in Chelsea where Tyra Banks tapes her talk show was visited by obsessed fan Brady Green (inset), who was arrested in a nearby restaurant.
March 23, 2008
Talk-show host Tyra Banks is living in fear of a hulking stalker who’s been terrorizing her for months and was set free by a judge last week.
Cops finally busted the burly ex-con drifter Tuesday for allegedly stalking Banks from coast to coast, but he was released without bail – an act that has added to her anxiety.
Brady Green, 37, has hounded Banks with multiple letters and phone calls since early January, cops and prosecutors said.
He then started sending her flowers and showing up in person at her Los Angeles TV studio, they said.
The Dublin, Ga., native then took a bus to New York with the idea of visiting the studio where “The Tyra Banks Show” is taped. He arrived in the lobby at 4:23 p.m. on Tuesday, asking to speak to the former supermodel, the authorities said.
Green was carrying a large duffel bag stuffed with magazine write-ups about Banks and notes to himself about his various attempts to reach her, they said.
Cops were called to the scene, where Banks said she feared for her safety. Green was cleared from the premises.
But at 7:22 p.m., Green was back – sitting across the street in a window seat at a McDonald’s, drinking coffee and flipping through one of his magazines, said witness Jesus Nu�ez.
Nu�ez described the 6-foot-2 Green as “huge, strong with a lot of muscles.”
Green told police he was homeless, although he appeared clean and dressed in neat, casual clothing, they said. Cops arrested him in the restaurant and charged him with stalking, harassment and criminal trespass.
The next morning, Green appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court and pleaded not guilty to the charges. No bail was requested, despite Green not having provided a New York address. Judge Anthony Ferrara released him on his own recognizance – but issued an order of protection for Banks.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s Office did not know that Green had pleaded guilty to felony pot-selling charges on Oct. 16, 2006, when he was sentenced to two years of probation and fined $1,620.
DA spokeswoman Barbara Thompson said the office gets defendants’ New York state criminal records in one day off fingerprints sent to Albany. Rap sheets from elsewhere take at least two days.
But a call by The Post to the county prosecutor in his Georgia hometown turned up a second arrest – for obstruction on Nov. 23, 2006. That charge was dismissed.
Said NYPD spokesman Michael Collins, “It’s up to other agencies to await the prints to be run and to be certain of a person’s ID before letting them go.”
Staff at the Chelsea studio are worriedly anticipating Green’s return. “There’s no security at this building,” said a producer at 225 W. 26th St., where photos of Green were still being handed out on Friday with a warning to stay away from him. “It’s very scary.”
* By BRAD HAMILTON, ANGELA MONTEFINISE and SUSANNAH CAHALAN