A sister that fine should expect a stalker or two here and there during her career in the public:
A Florida man was arrested on a charge of stalking cable news anchor Tamron Hall in New York City — the second time she has called the cops on an obsessed fan, the New York Post reported Friday.
Kevin Lee Miller, 55, allegedly first approached the 40-year-old host of MSNBC’s “NewsNation with Tamron Hall” outside her Manhattan building Monday at 7:00pm local time, according to police sources.
“I see you are being incognito. Do you live around here? Do you like New York better than Chicago?” asked Miller, who lived in Illinois during seven of the 10 years Hall worked there for Fox affiliate WFLD.
Miller — who was convicted in 2009 of soliciting a prostitute — then allegedly followed Hall along the street. Building employees later told Hall that Miller had been lurking outside her apartment for three hours.
Miller showed up again at 3:30pm local time Wednesday, police sources said, and hung out for hours until the building’s superintendent spotted him and notified Hall, who called 911. Police arrested Miller and charged him with stalking.
At his arraignment Thursday in Manhattan Criminal Court, Judge Diana Boyar ordered Miller to be held in lieu of $1,000 bail and told him to have no contact with Hall, who could not be reached.
A prosecutor said that Miller told police he was in New York with his girlfriend looking for a job and denied stalking Hall.
It was a bad case of deja vu for the anchor, who was also stalked in 2003 and 2004 while working at WFLD.
Poor Tamron. SMH at “I see you are being incognito. Do you live around here?”