HomesecurityA 19-year-old New Yorker is accused of "deadly" cyber-stalking!

A 19-year-old New Yorker is accused of "deadly" cyber-stalking!

A 19-year-old New Yorker is accused of a horrible thing campaign cyber-stalking against a college student. Desmond Babloo Singh reportedly created more than 100 accounts on SOCIAL MEDIA platforms and services e-mail, whom he used to harass a former classmate of his sister, with whom he was allegedly in love.

The 19-year-old New Yorker admitted his love for the victim through a story he uploaded to Instagram in February 2020. When the victim did not respond to the declaration of love, Singh reportedly gained access to many of the online accounts of the victim and then changed them passwords so that the girl can not connect with them.

A 19-year-old New Yorker is accused of "deadly" cyber-stalking!

Singh then posted an insult photos and posts on the girl's accounts. Among the emotions expressed by the 19-year-old were threats of sexual violence, bodily injury and even death.

The 19-year-old New Yorker is also accused of stealing photos from his private account Snapchat of the victim, which he then posted on social media. However, she did not stay there, but also sent them to the victim and her family members via text message.


In addition, the accused asked others to rape, kill and behead the victim, rewarding them with Bitcoin. He is also accused of causing police to show up at the victim's home in Baltimore, Maryland, by sending an email threatening to "attack" a bomb.

The alleged cyber-stalking campaign took place from April 18, 2020 to November 24. According to the affidavit, Singh exposed the girl, published her personal details and even encouraged others to harass her.

A 19-year-old New Yorker is accused of "deadly" cyber-stalking!

The 19-year-old not only stood by the unfortunate girl but also targeted her family as well as her ex-partner, whom Singh considered an "opponent". The affidavit states that Singh exposed members of the victim's family, whom he threatened through messages.

The complaint against Singh was filed on December 14. Singh is accused of cyber-stalking, which intentionally caused damage to a protected computer, for theft for sending threatening messages and for "Death contract". If convicted on all charges, the maximum sentence that can be imposed on him is 32 years.


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