Ivanka Trump’s troubled stalker, a Nevada man who prefers to be called “Cloud Starchaser,” has been released by a Manhattan criminal court judge on a $10,000 bail.
Born Justin Massler, 27, he was arraigned on stalking and harassment charges and faces a year in prison. An order of protection has been issued barring Massler from getting close to Trump, 28, and her wealthy family.
Since August 2009, Massler, who was once Harvard-bound before mental illness took over, has terrorized Trump. He wrote sketchy love letters, drew twisted cartoons, sent photography of himself in what looked like blood and even threatened to kill himself at Ivanka’s showroom on Madison Ave. before her wedding.
He also took his psycho behavior digital with a series of threatening Tweets against Trump’s jewelry enterprise and her husband, Jared Kushner, publisher of The New York Observer and an executive at his family’s real estate business, the Kushner Cos.
“Jared Kushner has stolen everything from me, leaving me with nothing. Jared Kushner has ruined my life for all time and eternity,” Massler wrote. “Thanks to Kushner, there is no sun in the sky, no stars in the wind and no moon in the trees.”
Weeks earlier, he sent a series of messages declaring his love to the blonde co-host of “Celebrity Apprentice.” He said his dream in life is to marry and start a family with her. He even labeled himself in a blog as “a celebrity stalker who is obsessed with Ivanka Trump.”
Until his court hearing on May 18, Massler will be in Nevada getting psychiatric treatment.