Yeah have to wonder who gave me the police record.
Apparently they didn't want me around the studios.
Could it be Ted? Whether I wrong or right, lets find out
because this document turns the whole thing around.
I'm beginning to wonder if it wasn't just Affirmative Action
It was like Buffy had stalked me, I'd been set up and on my way to a funnyfarm.
The bitch of it all was that they wouldn't even allow me the right to have my
mini photo album or my Lousy book to defend my self from such accusations.
If I had been a real stalker of Sarah Mechile Gellar,
I'd been a pretty bad one because anyone who can pick up
a weekly Hollywood Reporter could have been able to tell you that
it was very unlikely Sarah M. Gellar as ever in Los Angeles during the time I lived there .
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Update Feb. 26,'08: About the Sept. 9, 2000 arrest report.
Word on the street says that a local cop was able to look into the arrest report that
I would have had to summons the court to get. Turns out it said nothing about being a know stalker.
Therefore, one could conclude that the arrest was a set up and it was the sub contracting agency that drove me to UCLA
were in on the set-up and was the one that actually filled out this form.
I'm going to get a larger image so you can see which sub-contracting agency was in on it.
Which means it was Affirmative Action all along.
But remember, this is only speculation because I haven't seen the report myself
Too bad I have to let you in on a little freak show....
The only time I was ever on studio grounds was when I found out you had to wait in two lines before you could get to see the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and one line starts at 8:00 am. I said forget that.
Once I did drop off one of my Lousy Books at a NBC production company, just to be able to say I did.
Don't you think an inventor would have more important things to do than to stalk an actress?
Why don't you give .Sarah Michelle Gellar's publicist
a call: Nichole King or Paul Baker
BWR 9100 Wilshire, 6th Floor
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
And her talent agency :
(ICM) International Creative Management
8942 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
It wasn't until the meeting with the third doctor, I even had a chance of getting out of the 72 hour evaluation. The second one wanted to keep me there two weeks. It was about 48 hours into the evaluation and I was on my way out the door when I asked one of the nurses there, "Does anyone ever get out of these 72 hour evaluation early?".
She said, "No you're one in a million."
However, the towing bill cleaned out my pockets, just days before the maintenance fees were due on my patent applications
If you are a cop or anyone who can get their hands on the arrest report created by the Malibu Sheriff Department on Sept. 9th 2000. I would be greatful if you could get me a copy of it. I'm even willing to give you some pocket filler for it.
It was called a 5150 Hold on 9/12/00
File No. 100-07324-1029-461