Ivanka Trump’s ‘schizophrenic stalker extradited to New York’
New York: The suspected schizophrenic, off-the-rails stalker of celebrity heiress Ivanka Trump has been extradited to New York for his arraignment.
Justin Massler, 28, who said his home address is a ‘volcano in Hawaii’, pleaded not guilty in a Manhattan court to a new indictment charging that he continued to terrorize The Donald`s brainy, beautiful daughter and people closest to her even while out on bail, reports the New York Post.
“I should stop bothering her, but I like her,” Massler told cops, according to police statements released on Tuesday.
He had also threatened police that he could never be taken alive and would go down ‘in a hail of bullets’.
Massler was picked up last month in Los Angeles, where he was living on the streets and posting bizarre YouTube clips in which he insisted ‘aliens’ had made him stalk mom-to-be Ivanka.
Prosecutors said the Harvard-bound star student and athlete from Nevada has capped a two-year-long stalking campaign against Ivanka by continuing to harass her, her husband, her brothers, her friends with a barrage of emails and other communications.
Massler was ordered to sign orders of protection that continue to bar him from contacting Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump, her husband, Jarrod Kushner, Donald Trump III, Eric Trump, Donald Trump Jr.
Over the course of more than two years, he has blasted Ivanka and her family and friends with vitriolic emails, Twitters, letters and in-person visits.
He visited her jewellery store on Madison Avenue last year, bought an 800-dollars pair of earrings, and demanded they be mailed to Ivanka. When shocked employees refused, he allegedly threatened to commit suicide.
“I am a celebrity stalker who is obsessed with Ivanka Trump,” he had announced in a blog site.