Man Arrested for Stalking MSNBC Anchor

by | July 22, 2011 at 4:49 PM | TV News

MSNBC anchor Tamron Hall (Photo: MSNBC)

MSNBC anchor Tamron Hall (Photo: MSNBC)

A Florida man has been arrested for allegedly stalking cable news anchor Tamron Hall, the host of “NewsNation with Tamron Hall” on MSNBC, reports The New York Post.

Kevin Lee Miller, 55, of Delray Beach, has been arrested after showing up at Hall’s New York home on two different occasions this week.

“I see you are being incognito,” Miller said to Hall outside her home, according to the Post. “Do you live around here? Do you like New York better than Chicago?” (Hall worked for a Fox affiliate in Chicago for a decade before moving to NYC.) He then followed her several blocks.

After Monday’s incident, Miller returned to Hall’s home Wednesday afternoon, where he was seen hanging around for hours until 911 was called.

Miller was charged with stalking and arraigned Thursday in Manhattan Criminal Court.

It’s the second time the cable news anchor has been forced to involve police over an obsessed fan. Hall was also stalked in 2003 and 2004 while she was employed at WFLD.


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