Hanson Richard Larkin has admitted to sending threatening text messages to an anonymous person who wished no contact with him. He traveled by train to Orlando, all the while sending anti-Semitic text messages and threatening to do violence against Jewish people.
Radiologist Denise Jane Lee has been accused of sending over 9,000 threatening texts to Matthew Holberton and his family, a Tinder date who had moved on from their relationship.
Japanese idol Ena Matsuoka was attacked outside her home by a crazed fan. After he was arrested, the stalker explained the complex way he'd located her by zooming in on a photo and finding the reflection of a sign.
"I'm troubled that there's a television show hunting down people who made the decision to terminate communication somebody with whom they didn't connect," one expert said.
I'm going to start blowing up planes to prove my point," one message from the man said. The text included a photo of a receipt for parking at an airport.
The sasaeng, a Korean term for a stalker or obsessed fan, has repeatedly been spotted near band members at airports and sleeping next to their hotel room.
Ryan Sharp, 33, is accused of waging a six-week campaign of harassment following the February altercation.
Denise Lee allegedly began stalking Mathew Holberton after meeting him in Sydney on the popular dating app.
Jayden Moorea has been charged with murder.
The misogyny revealed in some viewer's comments, one expert said, "is breathtaking."
The authorities thought they were responding to a man who was hallucinating.
She threatened to kill the man and praised Adolf Hitler after they went on a single date in 2017.
Zimmerman is accused of following, harassing and cyberstalking an investigator working on a Jay-Z produced documentary.
A screenshot purporting to come from the alleged stalker read: "Out of habit I have to say that you are hard to find lol."
"Had she not resigned, she would have been terminated," the Polk County Sheriff's Office said in a statement.
"You've made a woman feel unsafe and/or disrespected. Please learn to take no for an answer."
"Their story isn't over," reads a tweet announcing that the controversial series will be back with a second season.
The Ministry of Justice is planning to up the sentence to either 10 or 14 years.