Malia Obama Creepily Confronted By Marriage Proposal By Stalker At Her Internship
Malia Obama is lucky to have Secret Service protecting her, after an encounter with an alleged stalker in New York City left her badly shaken and potentially in danger.
The two Secret Service agents assigned to Obama's detail told him to leave. According to the Daily News, they recognised him as a man who had "repeatedly tried to get into the White House in the past".
Malia with her dad at the White House a year ago. At the time, Cardosa stood outside the Weinstein Company building in the West Village, which Malia was working inside at the time, and kept an eye on her.
In one instance, Cardoso reportedly asked Obama to marry him after showing up to an office where she was completing an internship Tribeca.
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The Secret Service have now reported Cardoso to police who are considering whether to file stalking or harassment charges against him.
According to New York Magazine, Obama is normally accompanied by a considerable amount of security while she resides in New York City reportedly interning for film producer Harvey Weinstein. Sources said he was deemed emotionally unstable and was taken to Kings County hospital for a psych evaluation. In 2015, the teenager was an intern on the set of HBO's Girls.
He was not charged with a crime, as the NY Daily News first reported.
Agents searched Cardoso's apartment Flatbush Avenue, in Brooklyn the following day, and interviewed the 30-year-old. She will start at Harvard in September.
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