Inside the mind of Mark Zuckerberg's alleged stalker

The man accused of stalking Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he never meant any harm and only wanted "advice."

By , PC World |  Internet, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg

So what's really going on in this guy's head? The TMZ crew's coverage -- which in and of itself shows you how much of a mainstream celebrity Zuckerberg has become -- includes a new interview said to be with Manukonda himself. In the story, Manukonda claims he was seeking some sort of personal "advice" from Zuckerberg.

"I'm a peaceful guy," Manukonda is quoted as saying. "I'm sorry he thought I was trying to harm him."

Other documents suggest Manukonda may have been trying to get money to help cover the costs of medical treatments for his mother.

Manukonda, according to TMZ, has "promised" never to disturb Zuckerberg again, saying he'll "respect his privacy."

A court hearing is scheduled for later this month. In the meantime, a judge has ordered Manukonda to stay away from Zuckerberg and avoid any contact with him or his family.


Originally published on PC World |  Click here to read the original story.
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