A man relentlessly stalked and harassed a woman online — one he claimed to love — and now he faces a cyberstalking charge, police said.
Adam Klein was arrested this week by the Collier County Sheriff’s Office in Florida. He was charged with cyberstalking.
Detectives said Klein created numerous websites and bought several domain names to express his love to a woman. In some cases, he used the platforms to mock the victim, who he called a gold-digger.
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Klein also created a blog in the victim’s name, according to the sheriff’s office. The posts could be found on various social media sites.
The victim said the posts made her feel humiliated and harassed, according to the sheriff’s office. The posts did not seem to serve any purpose other than to annoy. The woman spent hours contacting social media companies and trying to have them removed.
Police say Klein confessed to the allegations in court during a 2021 hearing where the victim was granted a protected order against him.
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