Woman Who Stalked Rodman Charged
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) _ A convicted stalker who allegedly sent hundreds of e-mail and telephone messages to get a date with Dennis Rodman has been charged with making terrorist threats.
Marie Boguszewski, 36, of Bradley, Ill., faces three counts of making terrorist threats and a count of electronic stalking. She could face up to five years in prison if convicted.
The woman allegedly e-mailed and called Rodman’s former agent, Dwight Manley Inc., hundreds of times to request a date with the basketball player.
When Boguszewski learned that the messages were not forwarded Rodman, she threatened to kill three employees of the agency, prosecutors say.
Tori Richards, a spokeswoman for the Orange County district attorney’s office, said Tuesday that Boguszewski is in custody in Illinois for another case.