Female stalker arrested after trying to seduce Professor Stephen Hawking with 'sexy ass'

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Jenny Contonio was hypnotized with the scientist, bombarding him with messages on his social media realizes and via email.

The US-born 37-year-old hatched a plan to meet up with the ingenuity at the Starmus science festival, in Tenerife.

Contonio, who now lives in Norway, initially met the physicist when he visited nearby Sweden a year ago.

Speaking to The Sun, she said: “I figured after a whole year he should be zealous to see me rather than get his needs fulfilled elsewhere . . . either that or we’re all about.

One message allegedly said: “I’m next to you and can kill you.”

Fearing for their architect’s life, they sent two extra security guards to accom ny the 74-year-old at the happening, prompting fears of a terrorist attack.

They found Contonio was staying in the unaltered hotel as her love interest on the island, and had a detailed itinerary of his movements.

After Contonio’s check, she refused to undergo a psychiatric evaluation, claiming she was in love with the twice-married cosmotologist, who has motor neurone cancer.

She was slapped with a four-month suspended sentence by a S nish court, and rted an eight month restraining order banning her from contacting Professor Hawking or set within 500 metres of him.

A court official said: “The American denizen arrested for threatening Stephen Hawking has been released because the four month detention sentence she received was suspended as she didn’t have a criminal record in S in.

“She has approve of to the sentence and recognised that she committed a crime of serious threats”.

Contonio persist ined she did not mean the author any harm.

But S nish police said in a statement: “She had been pursuing Mr Hawking in every rt of the world and in the last few days had sent him grave threats through venereal media and to his personal email.”

Writing on a blog after her arrest, she said: “Sober-sided though I was obsessive with emails I did not say those things like ‘I’m gonna get you’.

“I’m at best a scapegoat.”

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