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Saturday, January 12, 2008



11th January 2008

TO be or not to be slapped with a restraining order, that is the question for David Tennant’s scary stalker.

The poor Doctor Who star is being bothered by a woman who has moved to Stratford-upon-Avon, where he’s rehearsing for a new production of Hamlet.

The cunning bunny boiler is renting a flat directly opposite the Courtyard Theatre.

Our man digging the giant moat around Elsinore Castle said: "Obviously, David gets crowds of fans. But he’s never experienced anything as unsettling as this."

"She has been hassling cast members of the production. And she’s told them that she’s left her husband for David."

"She regularly leaves pencil drawings for him of them being friendly in the Tardis."

"And she writes bizarre sci-fi versions of Hamlet, featuring herself as Ophelia and David as a futuristic Hamlet. She insists that both the Doctor and Hamlet are aliens in a hostile universe, who are terrified of being alone." But she will save him by being his Rose or Ophelia.

"Sadly, the only thing she and Ophelia have in common is their madness. And David is afraid, very afraid."

The weirdo left her husband before the confetti had even settled when she discovered David had split with actress Sophia Myles, 27.

The 36-year-old star has mixed feelings about this – one of those being abject horror, as the stalker has bought front row tickets for the production every weekend until it finishes in November.

Our source added: "It’s a bit unnerving. But he won’t be able to spot her in the audience because he doesn’t know what she looks like."

And no, she doesn’t look like any of us.

This story is from the Daily Star.

OMG This woman has moved into a flat across from the theatre!!! She has a front row seat!!! Poor David. Playing Hamlet is the role of a lifetime and he has to worry about some nut stalking him. I feel so bad for him.


Anonymous said...

Whoa! I know Tennant is a great guy and everything, but he doesn't need a stalker to unnerve him at his performances in Hamlet! I'm glad i'm not going on the same night as her :)

Anonymous said...

I like David and everything and I would jump with joy if I had front row seats to anything of his, but I wouldn't do that I don't want a restraining order stopping me seeing him. When I go London I really hope I get to see him around. The thoughts I have about him stay in my head in the locked TARDIS and are never leaving in anyway.


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