May 15, 2018 | celebrity | Elliot Wolf | 0 Comments
America needs a war on stalkers instead of reissuing the war on drugs with this opioid epidemic. Stalkers are the real problem because the problems of the rich are the only problems that matter. Who didn’t expect an individual from a slowly diminishing middle class to abuse Percocet and other pain killers when maintaining their social class status is no longer an option. Let’s focus on things that matter, like poor people breaking into the homes of the rich. Rihanna’s L.A. home was broken into and instead of burglarizing it like a normal crook and high-tailing it out of there, the perpetrator spent the night. Eduardo Leon, failed thief/stalker extraordinaire, should probably undergo a mandatory mental evaluation if his magnum opus is spending the night sleeping on Rihanna’s floor after successfully getting past her security system.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ authorities were dispatched to RiRi’s L.A.-area home Thursday morning after they were notified of a potential intruder on suspicion that her alarm had been tampered with. Once officers arrived, they came upon a man who appeared to have stayed the night. Cops ordered the man to come outside, and he did … but had to be tased while being detained. It’s unclear what exactly led to the tasing.
Maybe social media is to blame for the spike in creepy people, those platforms encourage you to follow your favorite celebrity but when you do it in real life it ends up being a felony. My advice to any stalkers is to just sue Facebook and see what happens. Zuckerberg is basically still bent over and gaping from Congress’ attempt to force some culpability up his corn hole. Another lawsuit focusing on how Facebook is to blame for your stalking is worth a shot.
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