Supermarket worker Brady Green was convicted of stalking and harassing supermodel Tyra Banks Thursday, though won’t have to serve any time in jail.
Just a day after the America’s Next Top Model host testified about the 39-year-old man’s disturbing behavior — which included sending roses and love notes, repeated visits to her Manhattan Studio, and threats directed against her staffers — Criminal Court Judge James Burke said that Green’s behavior was “hounding.”
Burke also extended a restraining order to keep Green away from Banks. The judge said he would not impose a potential 90-day jail sentence on Green, but implored him, via his attorney, he needs to relocate.
“Put Mr. Green in a location where he can thrive,” Burke said. “And that location is not likely to be the city of New York.”