Tyler Perry Stalker Faces Ten Year Conviction

Tyler Perry’s alleged stalker has officially been charged with felony aggravated stalking. According to the Fulton County District Attorney, Dawne Wilson was charged after allegedly violating a restraining order by entering Tyler Perry’s Atlanta studio last week and according to police documents obtained by TMZ “was seen talking to Mr. Perry”. As previously reported on Singersroom, Wilson has allegedly been stalking the director of films including “Madea Goes To Jail” and “The Family That Preys” since early 2008 resulting in Perry’s request for a restraining order. In one disturbing email, Wilson, who says she was asked to come by Perry’s studio Wednesday by an employee, writes “You need to check your heart condition because it is filled with murder… your love has been but costly and deadly’. “Murder I say is the verdict. Why do you insist on assisting the devil.” Wilson faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted of felony aggravated stalking.


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