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Jennifer Lawrence’s Creepy Stalker Gets Charged By The FBI!

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jennifer lawrence stalker charged by fbi

They’re bringing down the judicial hammer on this guy!

Jennifer Lawrence is one of the most wanted women in the world these days, especially to people like her cray cray stalker Zhao Han Cong.

The Canadian man was arrested earlier this month in Louisville after stalking and harassing both J-Law and her brother Blaine Lawrence.

As of Monday, in addition to his previous charges, FBI agents charged Cong with interstate stalking and repeated harassing phone communications.

We'd say trying to contact someone 200 times in a month is definitely harassment!

There's clearly something up with this guy Cong, so we're happy to see all legal parties are handling this to the furthest extent of the J-law.

[Image via WENN.]

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5 comments to “Jennifer Lawrence’s Creepy Stalker Gets Charged By The FBI!”

  1. Alan Brickman says – reply to this


    She should od a movie with Drew Barrymore…they could be sisters…

  2. @v@ says – reply to this


    The guy was from China, not from Vancouver. If he was a student he would have been there on a visa. It's not clear whether he's gotten citizenship or not.

  3. Disgusting says – reply to this


    I hope these jerks are penalized to the EXTENT of the law…..
    Peeking Toms and shoe sniffers should get the same TREATMENT!

  4. MB says – reply to this


    Re: @v@ – I agree.

    Quit calling this guy "Canadian"….

  5. Dan says – reply to this


    He wasn't Canadian you idiots. And never ever call Jennifer Lawrence "J-Law" again.