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Sara Kulka goes on the offensive. The former "Germany's Next Top Model" candidate has been harassed by a stalker for a long time - now she is contacting him directly via Instagram.
It is hard, clear words that, 30, publishes on Instagram. But the videos that the ex- "Germany's Next Topmodel" candidate publishes in her story are not aimed at her fans. Sara specifically addresses one person: her stalker. A cyber criminal who has been harassing you for three months. "This message is for you, you failure. Don't worry, I'm sure the police will find you," said the 30-year-old.
Sara Kulka wants to put her stalker under pressure.
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There are two special reasons why Sara Kulka takes this path and addresses the public. "I went public because I know he's scared of it. I also want to put pressure on the public prosecutor," she says, describing her approach.
It all started with messages on Instagram in which the stalker is said to have revealed his romantic feelings. But it quickly became more - it didn't seem enough for him to just be a follower on Instagram.
Sara Kulka: "I really feel like punching you in the face!"
Your offensive is the result, reports "Bild", of a new message from the criminal. In this he threatens the model with death through sexual abuse. The news also puts the police on alert, since then the property of the mother of two has been monitored. "He's going to get me because nobody is allowed to have me except him. He also wants to do something to my husband and has also brought my children into play," reports Sara Kulka.
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On Instagram she is now showing strength, does not want to be portrayed or presented as a victim. "I really want to hit you in the face," said the 30-year-old. The police are said to have already suspected a mentally ill man.
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