Tyler Perry’s alleged stalker had a government job

    UPDATED: 4/24/09 3:30 p.m.

    Tyler Perry’s alleged stalker, Dawne Wilson, had a job with the U.S. goverment before she was arrested last week.

    According to TMZ.com, Dawne worked for the General Services Administration. The department helps other federal agencies by managing and supporting their basic functions.

    And Dawne had to pass a thorough background check before she was hired; there is no word on whether a psychological screening was included in the hiring process.

    The Fulton County District Attorney charged Dawne with aggravated stalking (a felony) after she was arrested for entering Tyler’s Atlanta studio last week, TMZ reports.

    Police documents state that she had been seen talking to Tyler on April 15 right before she was arrested. She told cops that she’d been "called to come to the studio by an employee there and assumed it was alright to be there."

    Details of the restraining order reveal that Dawne had threatened kill Tyler before she was arrested last week. The documents shows that she‘d had a history of sending Tyler disturbing and violent messages, according to TMZ.
    According to the restraining order, she first reached out to Tyler in March 2008 with a menacing e-mail. It states that the messages she sent made him fear for his well-being.
    Dawne e-mailed Tyler again in April 2008 saying, "You need to check your heart condition because it is filled with murder….your love has been but costly and deadly….Murder I say is the verdict."

    Dawne is still in custody, and she could face up to 10 years in prison if convicted on felony charges.


    — Sonya Eskridge




    Here’s more:
    Tyler Perry, Lionsgate stick together
    Madea locks up top spot at the box office



    blog comments powered by Disqus