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Bella Hadid has actually been given a limiting order versus her supposed stalker Brian Perez
An order of defense was released on Feb. 9. Inning accordance with court files acquired by E! News, the 37- year-old male was detained on Feb. 8 and accuseded of 2 misdemeanor accounts: exacerbated harassment in the 2nd degree to stalking in the 4th degree.
Per the main grievance, the 21- year-old supermodel began getting “multiple Instagram messages” from Perez’s account in December2017 On Feb. 7, Hadid got a video message from Perez where he declared to be near the area of her house. The court file likewise specified that she got numerous Instagram messages that check out, in compound, “You want me to come? I’m going to come there now. Please don’t make me come all the way down there and then there’s a situation with your security or something.”
That exact same day, Hadid saw Perez in front of her house and heard him screaming her name. Inning accordance with the grievance, the habits “alarmed” her and triggered to “run quickly” inside her house.
Before he was detained on Feb. 8, Hadid got another Instagram message from Perez where he composed, in compound, “You know you could have gotten me in trouble yesterday.”
The grievance mentions Perez validated the referenced Instagram account was his which he sent out the previously mentioned messages. It likewise mentions he validated that he was at Hadid’s house at the referenced date and times.
Hadid likewise stated she does unknown the accused which she had actually never ever provided him her address. Inning accordance with the grievance, Perez’s actions “caused her to fear for her physical safety” and “feel anxious and nervous.” It likewise mentions that she felt “harassed, annoyed and alarmed” by his conduct.
The grievance did not call Hadid. E! News has actually found out that she is the victim.
Perez was arraigned on Feb. 9 prior to Judge Angela Badamo, who launched him on his own recognizance. The case has actually been adjourned up until March 12.
This isn’t really Perez’s very first altercation with the law. A representative for the New York Police Department stated he was detained in 2008 for public urination and in 2007 for a DWI and negligent endangerment. He was likewise detained in 2004 for criminal mischief and negligent endangerment and in 2000 for criminal ownership of illegal drug.