A California court granted a temporary restraining order to Jennifer Aniston yesterday against a stalker who’s been “laying in wait” for her around Santa Monica. According to the U.K.’s Daily Mail, 24-year-old Jason Peyton left Pennsylvania on June 25, leaving a note for his father that he was driving to California. The young man’s dad realized his son, who has been diagnosed as a delusional and paranoid schizophrenic, was on a mission to find Aniston and alerted the police.
Sure enough, cops picked up Peyton on July 15 with a car on which he had scratched “I Love Jennifer Aniston,” carrying DVDs of her movies and a notebook full of messages about Aniston. Peyton allegedly had a list of baby names he’d picked out for their future spawn and scribblings like “Jen told me she wants me to be the father of her children” and “call Jen.” Keep reading »
Some mean girls never grow up—they just get jobs in PR. Meet Ali Wise, age 32, a former party planner for Dolce & Gabbana who went bats**t with jealousy when her ex-boyfriend starting dating new women. She is facing charges from four women whose phones and voicemail she hacked into using a computer service called SpoofCard, all because they were dating her exes, Josh Deutsch, CEO of Downtown Records, and hotelier Jason Pomeranc. A friend of Wise told the NY Daily News she has used SpoofCard “forever to find out about her exes’ new girls. She hacks in to voicemails, MySpace and Facebook accounts, emails … you name it.” Charges against this blonde bully include eavesdropping, computer trespassing, aggravated harassment and stalking. Ack! You sure don’t see this side of PR girls on The City …. Keep reading »
Oh, man. The drama of Steve Philips is kind of like David Letterman on crack, plus a stalker. Phillips, an ESPN baseball analyst and former general manager of the Mets, is a married man and father of four. Still, he schtupped a 22-year-old production assistant named Brooke Hundley at least three times over the summer. He apparently felt “meh” about her, but Hundley was under the impression they were meant to be together. And so she went CUH-RAZY with jealousy trying to expose the affair to Phillips’ wife. Keep reading »
“What’s great about the iPhone is if you want to know where your ex-girlfriend is at any moment, there’s an app for that!” Check her personal calendar, pester her with “automatic late night calls” every 15 minutes, and “if you need an attorney with a proven record for fighting restraining orders, there’s an app for that!”
It’s clever, but it’s hard to giggle about psychos with restraining orders. What do you think: funny iPhone spoof or stalker-y awkward humor? Keep reading »
Every woman loves a smooth talker, but no man appreciates a stalker- especially Garrison Keillor. The author, musician, storyteller, and host of NPR’s variety radio show A Prairie Home Companion can now add sex symbol to his resume. The generous gentleman just dropped a restraining order against a woman who wouldn’t stop sending him care packages filled with love tokens like dead beetles and an alligator foot. The crazy companion-ophile agreed to back off the radio star and let the rest of the animals in American live, although she plans to work on a book about how she believes, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press, “she and Keillor influenced each other’s creative process.” Now this gal is nuttier than a couple months worth of on-air fundraising drives! Perhaps instead of their usual radio pitches, NPR could take a cue from their fans and the firemen and make a Hot Men of Public Radio Calendar. We’re sure a shirtless Ira Glass would bring in the big bucks! [TMZ] Keep reading »