Woman Charged With Stalking Chris Cornell
By Shannon Carlin
According to The Tampa Tribune, Jessica Robbins of Tampa Bay, Fla. sent numerous messages through social media via different online usernames to Cornell that caused him and his family to fear for their lives.
The charges stem back to 2008 or 2009 when Robbins posted online videos accusing Cornell of plagiarizing her writings. She later posted online messages accusing Cornell’s wife, Vicky of abusing her children and being addicted to drugs. She later contacted the New York State Office of Children and Family Services with the same accusation. Robbins also wrote online that she traveled to Cornell’s home in Miami to visit the singer, but was unable to use an elevator to get in.
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