Keyshia Cole’s alleged stalker, Torey Webster, will have to continue to sit in jail until sentencing. A hearing was scheduled for today (September 13) in Fulton County Superior Court, but according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Senior Judge Stephanie Manis postponed the hearing because Cole was not available to give her statement and prosecutors and defense attorneys could not agree on a sentence.
Webster was indicted on a charge for aggravated stalking and other offenses after several arrests involving Cole since 2009, according to the Fulton County District Attorney’s office. His most recent arrest came after two incidents at the “Enough of No Love” singer’s north Fulton County home in July and August, 2011. In one instance, Webster reportedly tried to enter the residence and in the other, he was said to be casing the place looking for Cole.
Cole filed several orders of protection against webster, whom has been in jail since his arrest on August 19, 2011.
A new hearing date has not been set.
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