Mark Zuckerberg’s Stalker Extends Public Apology

Filed in Gather Celeb News Channel by on February 8, 2011 0 Comments

Mark Zuckerberg’s stalker has offered an apology.  Not sure how much better it will make the CEO of Facebook and millionaire feel.

Mark Zuckerberg filed a restraining order against Pradeep Manukonda for stalking him at work and home.  The stalker allegedly showed up at his home and claims he was seeking the advice of Facebook’s creator.

While details are scarce and understandably so, the restraining order was protective of Zuckerberg, his sister and his girlfriend.

CBS reports that Manukonda claims, “I’m a peaceful guy … I’m sorry he thought I was trying to harm him,” he added, “I understand he’s a busy man… I’ll respect his privacy.”

In the same report, Manukonda claimed his issue that needed resolving with Zuckerberg’s help had nothing to do with computers. Reasonable and smart, the right decision was made to file an order of restraint against this man. Was this just a fan, looking for some publicity?  He got his wish.

Mark Zuckerberg’s stalker appears to be backing off by extending his apology.  The question is for how long?

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