Celebrity stalker sentenced and more entertainment scoop
NEW YORK (AP) -- A who describes himself as a celebrity stalker kept trying to contact Ivanka Trump and her family even as he faced charges of harassing her and a court order to stay away. That's according to prosecutors. Justin Massler has pleaded not guilty to upgraded charges. Massler, who had his name legally changed to Cloud Starchaser and gave his address as "a volcano in Hawaii, is being held without bail. He initially was arrested last year. Prosecutors say he emailed and tweeted about his fixation Donald Trump's daughter. Court documents say Massler tweeted that his "dream in life" was to marry Ivanka Trump. He also threatened to commit suicide in her Manhattan jewelry store and said he wanted to "talk some sense into" her husband and "commandeer" the newspaper her husband publishes, The New York Observer.