Disturbing details in the case of a man accused of stalking and harassing Ivanka Trump were disclosed in a New York courtroom Thursday, and RadarOnline.com has the details for you.
Justin Massler was released on $10,000 bail and ordered to visit a psychiatrist on a weekly basis after prosecutors described how he inundated the 27-year-old daughter of Donald Trump with creepy messages over the past two years.
Massler, according to prosecutors, said he’d commit suicide in Ivanka's New York-based jewelry boutique; threatened Ivanka's new hubby Jared Kushner once their wedding date was announced; and sent out a series of disturbing e-mails and Twitter messages detailing his devotion for the Celebrity Apprentice star.
"I used to stalk her but psychiatrists chased me out of NYC, so I can't now," Massler Tweeted on one occasion. In a separate e-mail, he said he "will specifically kill myself at Ivanka Trump jewelry."
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Massler's attorney, George Vomvolakis, said his client "at no point intended to follow through with any of these comments."