The Georgia man charged with stalking talk show host Tyra Banks was sentenced on Thursday to one year of probation, and must not contact the former supermodel for two years, reports the New York Daily News.
Brady Green, 39, was also ordered by the Manhattan Criminal Court judge to complete an anti-stalking course.
Sporting a shiny brown suit to the courthouse, Green declined to speak to the press after the sentencing. His lawyer also refused to address the media. Banks was not present in court.
Green developed what prosecutors called an “unhealthy obsession” with Banks while watching the show in his hometown of Dublin, Ga. In March 2008, Green showed up at the Chelsea studios of “The Tyra Banks Show” just hours after making a cross-country bus trip.
He told staffers he was a friend of the host even though he had been placed on the program’s “do not admit” list after sending Banks roses and repeatedly calling her assistants.
Banks testified against him in April, saying she was “terrified.” Her staffers had to barricade themselves in her dressing room when Green tried to slip past security.
“I fear the safety of my staffers. I fear the safety of my family,” the beauty testified.
Green said during the trial he only wanted to score tickets for the show.
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