A woman has shared a disturbing video when a stalker broke into her apartment on the second floor in Maryland, US, through the balcony door.
The incident took place when the woman, Hannah Viverette, was recording a dance video and suddenly heard her balcony door open.
She immediately went to have a look and found a man trying to force open the door.
She immediately recognised the intruder who had been making her uncomfortable with his advances for a while – but until now, it was from a distance.
Taking to her Instagram page, she wrote, “Startled, I immediately moved towards the door to close it, only to realize there was a man behind the force. A face I had seen almost daily in my apartment complex area since moving in, but never spoke a word to. A man that has made a point to watch me and make many uncomfortable advances at me from a distance, for months now. For so long I brushed it off, assuming him to “just be a creep”. It was the moment I came face to face with him at my door that I knew he was there to harm me. He kept his hands in the pockets of his hoodie with a smirk on his face. He mumbled something in Spanish, and then proceeded to take a step in and I heard “friends?”…. “are you sure?”…”
However, she later called the emergency 911 and the man was arrested on various charges.
She wrote, “I was able to seek safety at a neighbors and call 911. Afterwards, finding out that my intruder had unplugged my Christmas lights that were tightly wrapped around my balcony post, and had cut/tore approximately 2 feet of cord from it.”
The man has been identified as Angel Moises Rodriguez-Gomez and he also admitted to climbing up her apartment with a different version.
” He admitted to climbing up on my balcony only because he thought I took his picture (right before he closed the door to leave)- but he of course told a very different story. He said that he was invited up. What. YALL. He was arrested last night, and released on bail today,” she wrote.
Hagerstown Police Department said the man had been charged with burglary in the third- and fourth- degree, second-degree assault, stalking and malicious destruction of property, as reported by the Independent.