Tim Cook’s suspected stalker agrees to stay away

A Virginia woman on Tuesday agreed to stay away from Apple CEO Tim Cook after she allegedly stalked him, begged for sex and claimed he was the father of her children.

Julie Lee Choi, 45, must stay at least 22 meters away from the tech-honcho for the next three years and cannot contact him via email, Twitter or any other means, according to an agreement approved in San Jose, California. Dish.

The McLean resident was given a restraining order in January after bizarre behavior in which she appeared twice at Cook’s home in Palo Alto and allegedly threatened to “get violent,” court documents say.

She had reportedly sent Cook, who is openly gay, more than 200 emails and posted on social media about their alleged relationship.

“I can’t live like this anymore,” Choi wrote in an email, according to The Associated Press. “I want sex with you, please, please.”

Choi created front companies that used Apple’s address or listed Cooke as an agent or officer to link her to the Apple boss, the company claimed.

The request for a restraining order accused Choi of sending Cook pictures of loaded pistols. She had reportedly claimed he was the father of her twins and went to his house twice in October.

Tim Cook attends the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at the Wallis Annenberg Center.
Choi reportedly claimed Cook was the father of her twins.
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Choi's tweet to Cook.
Choi Cook reportedly sent more than 200 emails and wrote online about their nonexistent relationship.
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Screenshot from Choi's Twitter.
Choi is also accused of sending Cook pictures of a loaded pistol.

In an email in December, she offered to forgive Cook in exchange for $500 million in cash.

Choi angrily waved a hand at reporters before the Santa Clara County court hour Tuesday and declined to comment on the agreement to the AP. An Apple lawyer also declined to comment on the news agency.

With postal wires Tim Cook’s suspected stalker agrees to stay away


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