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Wednesday 2 September 2015

JLaw’s stalker ‘ordered back to Canada’

Published 08/11/2013

Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence

Jennifer Lawrence’s stalker must return to his native Canada immediately.

The Hunger Games actress’ brother was pursued by Vancouver, British Columbia native Han Cong Zhao in Kentucky before the 23-year-old man was brought into custody.

According to court documents obtained by Celebuzz, Zhao pled guilty to “a misdemeanour charge of interstate stalking and repeated harassing phone communications”.

And although he was set free in October, the website reveals there are several terms Zhao must adhere to as part of his sentencing which include deportation.

The young man is on unsupervised probation for five years and he must return to his native Canada immediately. During his five-year probationary period Zhao is to submit proof he is receiving consistent psychiatric treatment and he cannot have any contact with Jennifer or her family.

Legal papers reveal Zhao bombarded Jennifer’s brother’s Blaine Lawrence with texts in April, asking her sibling to pair them up so he could “protect” the Oscar-winning actress.

These texts progressed to emails and apparently the Lawrence’s were disturbed by the violent content of the messages.

In one email Zhao wrote: "I wouldn't kill anyone for sure, but I would scare them enough with real things happening around their life to make sure that they get it. i will f**king get angry and all hell's going to break loose... i will come in and kick everybody's a*s and show everyone who's THE ONE. Watchout... I am fucking Clint Eastwood now. I am taking over and in charge."

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