Miley Cyrus’ Alleged Stalker Will Not Face Charges

Miley Cyrus on the set of Sex And The City 2 in midtown New York City 

A grand jury has ruled that there is not sufficient evidence to indict the man charged with harassing Miley Cyrus.

Mark McLeod, 53, was arrested twice this summer for hounding Cyrus on the Georgia set of her latest movie “The Last Song”.

McLeod told police that he was engaged to the Disney star and that Miley sent him secret messages on her TV show, Hannah Montana.

He was taken into custody in August, just a few weeks after cops cautioned him for making “inappropriate comments” to young Miley fans.

Judge Steven Scheer called mcleod “a danger” to Miley and her young fans when the suspect apperared in court on charges of attempted stalking, obstruction of a police officer and disturbing the peace.

But McLeod will not face charges after a grand jury at Chatham County State Court ruled that there was a lack of evidence against McLeod who has been in custody since August 4.

Miley, 16, was granted a temporary restraining order against McLeod.


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