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Brady Green has been convicted of stalking Tyra Banks. Manhattan judge James Burke found the 39-year-old guilty of stalking, harassment, criminal trespass and attempted aggravated harassment, E! reports. The verdict came the day after Banks testified that Green's actions made her fear for her safety and that of her staff. The Georgia native, who will be sentenced on June 18, faces a maximum of 90 days in jail. However, Burke (more) »
- By Chris Homer
The Georgia man who repeatedly called and showed up at Tyra Banks' New York television studio has been convicted of stalking the model-turned-tv host.
Brady Green, was convicted of stalking, harassment, criminal trespass and attempted aggravated harassment by Manhattan Criminal Court Judge James Burke, according to The Associated Press. Green will be sentenced on June 18 and could face up to 90 days in jail.
Banks testified Wednesday that she...
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- Adam Bryant
An overzealous fan of Tyra Banks has been convicted of stalking and harassing the supermodel-turned-talk show host.
Brady Green, 38, was convicted of stalking, harassment, criminal trespass and attempted aggravated harassment by Manhattan Criminal Court Judge James Burke on Thursday.
Green was arrested on 18 March at a restaurant near the New York studio where Banks films The Tyra Banks Show and told officers the pair "had a thing together" after a months-long bid to meet and seduce the beauty.
He was accused of sending 35-year-old Banks flowers, packages and notes, and threatening her assistant when she refused to reveal the star's address.
Banks took the stand on Wednesday morning as the first witness for the prosecution, telling the court she had to bolster her security team and feared for her own safety and the safety of her family and staff members as a result of Green's actions.
His lawyer plans to appeal the conviction.
Green's sentencing is scheduled for 18 June; he faces up to 90 days in jail. »
Supermodel Tyra Banks's alleged stalker Brady Green was convicted of stalking, harassment, criminal trespass and attempted aggravated harassment Thursday morning at Manhattan's criminal court. "The behavior was hounding," Judge James Burke said, according to the New York Daily News. The judge had listened to closing arguments Thursday morning before deciding the verdict. Though the crime carried a possible 90-day jail sentence, Burke did not sentence the defendant to any jail time, instead instructing his lawyer, Jeffrey Berman: "Put Mr. Green in a location where he can thrive. And that location is not likely to be the city of New York. »
- Charlotte Triggs
This is one kind of fierce Tyra Banks will be happy to do without. A New York judge this morning found 39-year-old Georgia man Brady Green guilty of stalking the star. The verdict was delivered just 24 hours after the supermodel took the stand and testified that Green's actions left her terrified for her safety and that of her staff. Manhattan Criminal Court Judge James Burke convicted Green of stalking, harassment, criminal trespass and attempted aggravated harassment. He described Green's actions as "knowingly and inherently invalid and the behavior was hounding." Although the sentencing isn't until June 18 and Green faces up to 90 days in the slammer, the judge said he would »
A man was convicted today of stalking Tyra Banks after a trial in which the supermodel testified that she had feared for her safety. Manhattan Criminal Court Judge James Burke convicted Brady Green, 39, of Dublin, Ga, of stalking, harassment, criminal trespass and attempted aggravated harassment, according to the Associated Press. The crimes carried a possible 90-day jail sentence, but Burke did not sentence the defendant to jail, instead instructing his lawyer, Jeffrey Berman: "Put Mr. Green in a location where he can thrive. And that location is not likely to be the city of New York." The lawyer said he plans to appeal the verdict. Authorities said Green repeatedly called Banks' studio, showed up there, and sent the talk show host flowers and letters. The man was arrested in March 2008 at a McDonald's restaurant near the studio and told officers at the time that he and Banks "had a thing together, »
Warning: The following red carpet report contains Spoilers pertaining to Tom Atkins and his turn in My Bloody Valentine 3D . Horror vet and legend Tom Atkins ( The Fog , Halloween III ) returns to the big screen in My Bloody Valentine 3D , ending his nine-year absence from the genre (we last saw him in George Romero's Bruiser ). Given this, it was fitting that Lionsgate flew him out from Pittsburgh, where he resides, for last week's premiere of the Patrick Lussier-directed redo. During our brief red carpet chat with the actor, Atkins said he needed little convincing to come aboard the film. "I read the script and someone told me Patrick Lussier wanted to talk to me about doing Sheriff James Burke and they sent me the sides. When I saw that my whole jaw got torn off »
7 items from 2009
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