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Ashanti's Longtime Stalker Found GUILTY!

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Good news for Ashanti!!

As we told you yesterday, the singer faced her stalker of over a decade in court this week — and now, the verdict is in!

Devar Hurd — who represented himself in court — was found guilty by an NYC jury and will face more time in jail. Whew!

In case you didn't know, Hurd has been stalking the singer's family for years and confessed to sending her hundreds of lewd tweets and text messages. He defended himself by saying Ashanti simply could've "blocked" him on social media.

Related: Mandy Moore's Stalker Slapped With A Three-Year Restraining Order!

Hurd was ultimately found guilty of felony second degree stalking and will face anywhere between one and a half to four years behind bars.

The Foolish singer took to Twitter to announce her relief of the sentencing:

Good for her!

[Image via WENN.]

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Ashanti Faces Her Longtime Stalker In Court AGAIN For A Creepy Cross-Examination!

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Ashanti's stalker nightmare continues.

To catch you up, Devar Hurd has been stalking the singer and her family since 2003, went to prison for a couple years in 2009 for sending Ashanti's mom pictures of himself masturbating, and has since continued the gross behavior.

This week, nearly 13 years since this all began, Hurd began his third trial for a felony stalking case on Tuesday for sending the R&B singer hundreds of sexually explicit tweets and violating a restraining order.

As he has in the past, Hurd is once again representing himself in court — which means he will be cross-examining Ashanti himself.

This doesn't sound right!!

Related: Sugar Ray Leonard Is Being Stalked By Man With Violent Criminal Past!

During his opening statement, Hurd said:

"You're not going to see a lick of evidence where she said stop communicating with me, I don't want to hear from you, you're scaring me."

To which prosecutor Carolina Holderness argued:

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