Maybe She Was a Mr. Belvedere Fan

It's just a good, old-fashioned underbelly day around here.

Ann E. Ladd, an unstable 45-year-old woman once charged with stalking Milwaukee Brewers announcer Bob Uecker, was asked to leave Monday's spring training game against the Chicago Cubs.

A restraining order issued in September bars Ladd from games Uecker is announcing and requires her to stay at least 500 feet away from him. Uecker wasn't calling this particular game, but the team wouldn't say whether he was actually hiding under a desk at the ballpark.

A felony stalking charge against Ladd was dropped in October, but the restraining order remains in effect for at least the next few years... until he's not alive for her to stalk.

Ladd had a ticket to the game, but left voluntarily. She was given a trespassing warning and was informed that if she returned, she would be arrested.

Maybe I'm not that knowledgeable when it comes to stalking, but who the hell wants to obsess over a 73-year-old man? Famous or not, it's just a little creepy.

Uecker has said Ladd stalked him for six or seven years, asking for his autograph, sending him unwanted gifts and showing up at ballparks and hotels where he was staying. Ew.

[Milwaukee Journal Sentinel] | [Mr. Belvedere]


jake the snake said...

she seriously couldn't think of anyone better to stalk? like one of the sausages, for instance?

bassmaster said...

Streaks on the china never mattered before... who cares.
When you dropped kicked your jacket as you came through the door... no one glared.

Sooze said...

Ok. Now you're really aging yourself Bass.

stash said...

Nice perm, psycho.