Lolo Jones, a world-renowned track and field athlete, recently opened up about her experience with multiple stalkers in 2022. The Olympic star, known for her success in events such as sprinting, hurdles, and bobsledding, shared her story on Instagram and offered advice to her followers on how to protect themselves from stalking.
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In her post, Jones revealed that one stalker had even gone as far as to show up at her home, while another broke into the Olympic training center in an attempt to meet her. She shared a photo of herself on Instagram. She also provided tips for carrying protection and contacting the police in a similar situation.
“In the last year, I’ve had three different male stalkers,” Jones wrote. “Three times now where guys have crossed the line, jeopardized my and my friends’ safety, and altered my life. One guy broke into the Olympic training center and stayed overnight in hopes to find me. Another guy has continued to harass my friends in attempts to reach me.”
Jones’s experience highlights the seriousness of stalking and its impact on a person’s life. It’s important for anyone who has been or is being stalked to seek help and take steps to protect themselves.
Jones’s message serves as a reminder to stay vigilant and take necessary precautions to ensure safety and well-being.