Kate Beckinsale postpones Comic Con panel to file police report

by Wade Massey August 2, 2017, 0:08
Kate Beckinsale postpones Comic Con panel to file police report

Police in Florida arrested a southern Iowa man after they say he was stalking a Hollywood actress.

Repp was first arrested on Saturday at the Tampa Convention Center on a misdemeanour charge of stalking.

According to TMZ, the cops arrested the fan named Terry Lee Repp following instructions to look out for him due to his sinister history with Beckinsale.

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Beckinsale, 44, has not released a statement about the incident, and a verified Twitter account for her has been inactive since November. He also followed her to an event in Houston in 2016 and was charged with trespassing. He allegedly made physical contact with the actress at a Salt Lake City event in 2016. His troubling behavior against the "Pearl Harbor" star has caused her emotional distress and fear for her safety. The man was escorted from the building, but it's unclear what exactly happened.

Police wrote he had "an irrational obsession" with the Van Helsing actress and had been "harassing her".

"The defendant was presumptively involved in activities which, put in the course of conduct, constitutes willful, malicious and repeated harassing or cyber stalking this person", said Thirteenth Judicial Circuit Court Judge Claudia Isom.

However, the panel was moved back to 6pm to allow her time to file the report with police.

"We were able to reconfigure things so people will still be able to see her", Kautzmann said. She has not responded to the series of incidents involving her stalker.

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