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A dangerous stalker who crossed over from the 'net...
It started with a tweet. It ended with a stranger breaking into her bedroom as she slept, intending, he told police later, to stick a knife through her face.
A seven-year ordeal, which has left Lily Allen “a changed person”, feeling isolated from friends and family and let down by the police, this month saw a man convicted of harassment and breaking into the singer’s London flat when she was at home with her friend and two young children.
In an exclusive interview with the Observer, Allen says she remains in limbo awaiting the sentencing of Alex Gray, the stranger who threatened her life. Gray steadily undermined her confidence and security since he first popped up on a social media account back in 2009, claiming to having written her hit song, The Fear, and using the handle @lilyallenRIP.
Then came letters, abusive rants, accusations and suicide threats. “He would drop off these letters at my record company, my management offices, my sister’s shop, my flat,” she said.
“It was freaking me out a bit and I’m not easily scared, so the fact I went to the police with the letters shows how serious I felt it was. Alarm bells were ringing. But I felt comforted by the fact that I was telling the police, I was keeping a record,” she said.

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Just a heads up ! We are still fighting the good fight ty +Brian White Knight Williams for the assist we took a nasty little predator down yesterday! Thanks for the cross checks as well! While he wasn't screwing with kids he messed up a marriage and grabbed 500 .00 US from people who could ill afford the loss!

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Brutal death... Whether there had been bad feelings online or previously not known.

Ta’Jae Warner was declared brain dead Sunday, after she was beaten late Friday outside the Ocean Towers on W. 24th St. in Coney Island, prosecutors said.
Family friends said she was kept on life support at Bellevue Hospital so out-of-state relatives could say their goodbyes, and for organ donation.
Sarina Agard-Forde, 18, is accused of pummeling Ta’Jae in the head until she lost consciousness. She’s charged with felony and misdemeanor assault, though prosecutors expect to bring more serious charges, said a Brooklyn district attorney’s office spokeswoman.
Family friend Lissette Pizarro saidTa’Jae was walking her 11-year-old brother to the store when a group of teens approached, made a remark and then attacked her.

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​l ​approach Lorin LaFave’s house in Caterham, Surrey, set back and unlit on a long dark road. My fear is that she’s behind the door, dreading my arrival. I’m thinking how difficult it will be for her to go over the grooming and murder of her son Breck yet again – and how difficult it must be to talk about Murder Games, a BBC documentary that unpicks each turn of the case, with interviews, analysis and sinister re-enactments.

Very soon, though, Lorin curled up by the fire sipping tea in a silent house, I realise that recounting how her eldest child was lured to his death is no more or less difficult than anything else – getting up each morning, shopping, attending parents’ evening with her remaining three children. “It’s all equally hard and I kind of dread everything,” she says.

“I do these things – I do everything in a robotic way, forcing my body when, really, I’d rather sit and hide and disappear because the pain this has caused is just too deep.”

Murder Games is a hard programme to watch, harrowing beyond belief, but probably essential viewing for all teenagers, and teenage boys in particular. To be shown on BBC3, it will come with website links, access to advice and information on internet safety. There has also been a separate screening for teachers and charity workers via BBC Learning and BBC Outreach. “The reason I agreed to the programme is that I can’t bear to have lost the most precious thing to me for nothing,” says Lorin. “I want everyone to understand the dangers.”

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Glad they busted this although l'd hope the DA's good
on how long the cretin can get sent away.

A Massachusetts man was arrested this week by a team of Groveland police officers and state troopers after he allegedly plotted to have a woman sexually assaulted by posing as her online.

According to The Daily News of Newburyport, state Attorney General Maura Healey said that 45-year-old Thomas Sheehan of Quincy impersonated the woman in an effort to have strangers rape her and kidnap her children.

“We allege that this defendant put this woman and her family in grave danger by impersonating her online, posting photos of her and her children and communicating with strangers who sought to do personal harm,” Healey explained. “Our office is taking a serious look at whether the current laws appropriately address the severity of these alleged crimes.”

The investigation determined that Sheehan had been posing as the woman on an adult website. He allegedly used the profile to contact others who expressed an interest in stalking the woman, sexually assaulting her and kidnapping her children.

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Happy New Year...❤❤❤
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Tanti auguri di Buon Natale.
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