Tyra's Stalker is Delusional, Too. He Admits To Being Watched By Aliens!!!
As the trial for the man who is accused of stalking Tyra Banks goes on, new information is being revealed about Brady Green's state of mind (read: crazy antics).
Ray Noia, a producer, testified yesterday that he was asked by his boss to check on Brady after he slipped into the Chelsea studio of the "The Tyra Banks Show" asking to see his "very good friend."
"He wouldn't leave when they told him Tyra wasn't there," said Noia.
Green, 39, is charged with harassment and stalking following his unwelcome visits in March of last year to the studio, where he was on the show's "do not admit" list.
Manhattan prosecutors contend Green threatened to kill an employee who refused to give him the address to the studio. He eventually found his way to the W. 26th St. location, where an assistant to the supermodel-turned-talk show host busted him as he looked for Banks in an off-limits area.
"He'd explain, 'I'm trying to see her. She's a good friend of mine. Is there any way I can contact her?'" said Cynthia Simpson, an ex-staffer at "The Tyra Banks Show."
Simpson said she saw Green earlier in the day, when he was trying to score tickets.
"He came in and asked when's the show starting, how long would it take, can he get tickets," Simpson said. "He said he was a friend of Tyra's [and] that she knows he was coming to see her."
Natasha Randolph, a secretary at the show, testified that Green called "six to 10 times," and that he sent Banks flowers.
The wacky drifter told the cop who arrested him he was being watched and recorded by satellites.
Green could see Banks in person Wednesday, when she may take the witness stand.