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” Naeem Ahmed sent more than 40 messages to Tatiana Schlossberg and continued even after a warning from the Kennedy family’s security firm, according to court documents first reported on by the Daily News of New York.
“I know your shape, your sound, your warmth, and your taste,” said the inscription on one e-card. Ahmed signed it, “Wishing you a lovely weekend, Hunny Bunny. Sincerely, Yours Hubby, Naeem. ” Ahmed’s lawyer, Gerald Hertz, said the messages were harmless. A judge has ordered a mental evaluation of Ahmed, who has been in a New York jail since his arrest Dec.
6 on misdemeanor harassment and stalking charges. “He never hurt anybody; he never made threats against anybody,” Hertz said.
Ahmed, of New York, was unemployed and was studying for a taxi driver’s license, Hertz said. He was unsure what kind of work Ahmed did previously. The messages began in October 2008, according to a New York court complaint based on information provided by John Viggiano, the president of Dignitary Protection and Investigative Services, the family’s bodyguard firm.
Schlossberg, a Yale University student, was 18 at the time. In May 2009 Ahmed sent a birthday flower arrangement to Schlossberg and a Mother’s Day arrangement to Caroline Kennedy.
But three months later, the e-mails resumed. Ahmed sent Schlossberg a Valentine’s Day e-card that read, “Do I love you? Yes I do. Do you? ” On Nov. 26 he sent an e-card to Schlossberg set to piano music, along with a montage of photos of bare skin, champagne glasses and a bed strewn with rose petals, according to the complaint.