theJasmineBRAND.com exclusively reports, Usher Raymond might want to think about hiring a couple more security guards to protect him after he reads the letter his alleged stalker wrote to the court in the case accusing her of felony aggravated stalking. The alleged stalker, Darshelle Jones, claims she didn’t stalk him and the truth is the singer contacted her confessing his love via Facetime.
Here’s the latest: On June 24th, Darshelle was officially charged with felony aggravated stalking which could land the woman in jail for up to 10 years and a fine of $10k. If convicted the minimum sentence she could receive is 1 year in jail.
Recently, the woman filed a letter in her criminal case explaining she did nothing wrong and Usher contacted her, not the other way around.
Darshelle says during her arrest she was not read her Miranda Rights and was assaulted and forced to the cement ground by police – when she was across the street from the studio – and as a result she is hurt and traumatized, saying she couldn’t breathe after being attacked by police.
Further, the woman says that she is planning on filing a $80 million dollar lawsuit against the Fulton County Police Department and Superior Court for accusing her of stalking Usher. She says that the singer actually contacted her by FaceTime on May 1st of this year while she was living in Miami. She alleges Usher was coughing, crying and asking for money and even said “I love you Darshelle”.
Darshelle accuses the police of holding her hostage and asks for everyone breathing around her respect her privacy. A hearing has been scheduled for later this month in Georgia Court.
Here’s the back story: Back in May, the singer’s stalker, Darshelle Jones, was arrested by Atlanta law enforcement after she showed up to a recording studio where Usher was working.
The woman was allegedly across the street trying to record Usher with an iPad, which was a violation of the restraining order the singer was granted recently.
Darshelle has stalked Usher for years and he’s been granted numerous restraining orders against her, ordering the woman to stay away from the singer and his family.
The most recent restraining order stated Darshelle was to stay at least 200 yards away from Usher but when she was across the street from the studio, it was only a 100 feet away, a violation of the court order.
Darshelle was booked for aggravated stalking.