He used 100 social media accounts to cyberstalk woman who rejected him, US feds say


Singh would also hack the woman’s social media accounts, according to the indictment. In one instance, officials say he hacked her TikTok account and posted several images of himself. — Photo by John Schnobrich on Unsplash

A woman rejected a man’s online profession of love so he used more than 100 social media accounts, phone accounts and other digital means to cyberstalk and harass her for seven months, according to the US Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland.

After the alleged “harassment campaign” began in April 2020, she begged him to stop, but he texted her saying “I’m genuinely never going to,” according to court documents obtained by McClatchy News. He also told her to expect “a wave of the worst possible” things to happen to her, court documents show.

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