Last year, an alleged stalker from India was warned by the U.S. courts to steer clear of Mark Zuckerberg and his family. Reports say that Zuckerberg obtained a restraining order against Pradeep Manukonda, 31, after he flooded him with online messages, sent him flowers and–even showed up at his property!
The alleged stalker returned to his home country, with the negative label against him in the United States.
Now, reports are saying that the stalker has filed an alleged lawsuit in an Indian court, accusing Mark Zuckerberg of attacks against him.
He reportedly told Indian courts that he was ‘stabbed from the back side,’by Mark Zuckerberg and that Mark made a fake Facebook page about him, alleging that he was a member of al-Qaeda.
According to The Daily Mail:
“Mr. Manukonda has already convinced a judge to issue a court order barring Mr Zuckerberg from doing anything that damages his reputation, TMZ said.
Mr Zuckerberg, 28, first sought a restraining order against Mr Manukonda in February last year, after the obsessed fan tracked him down on his own social network.
The Internet billionaire claimed he was fearful of his safety after Mr Manukonda inundated him with online messages.
Mr Zuckerberg obtained a restraining order banning Mr Manukonda from going within 300 yards of him, his sister Randi Zuckerberg and his then-girlfriend Priscilla Chan, to whom he is now married.”
What do you make of this bizarre stalker case? Should India have entertained the case, given the complainant’s actions in the States? Should they not have issued a psychiatric evaluation, if so? Sound off below.