Rakesh ‘Rocky’ Sharma Is Stalking Apple CEO Tim Cook: Here are All The Crazy Things He’s Done
After having someone blackmail him, Tim Cook now has a stalker. A man by the name of Rakesh ‘Rocky’ Sharma has allegedly trespassed Apple CEO’s private residence twice in the last three months, forcing him to obtain a restraining order against him.
This is according to the court documents that Cult of Mac (through Dave Gershgorn) has obtained. Apparently, 42-year-old Rakesh ‘Rocky’ Sharma also allegedly posted sexual imagery on his Twitter account, while tagging Tim Cook along with several other inappropriate activities.
Activities like this forced Tim Cook as well as Apple security specialist William Burns to get a restraining order against him that doesn’t permit him from being less than 200 yards near them.
The documents submitted by Apple’s legal team has detailed Sharma’s behaviour as erratic, threatening and bizarre.
Trespassing Tim Cook's private property
In December, Rakesh showed up at Tim Cook’s residence carrying a bottle of champagne and flowers. A month later he trespassed through the property gate and came and rung the doorbell. Tim Cook called the Palo Alto police department but Rakesh managed to run away before the police could arrive.
Sometime during September/October, he also called up an Apple employee (unnamed) and left disturbing voicemails.
Most recent encounter with Rakesh 'Rocky' Sharma
However, according to documents submitted by Apple in the court, on February 4th, 2020, Sharma made two nonsensical phone calls to Apple. In the first one he asked to speak to Apple’s Legal team claiming that he was a victim as before when he had called Apple’s customer service, they made fun of him while he was recovering in the hospital. To which he responded stating that he didn’t find anything funny and that he was entitled to a cash settlement of an ‘open check book’.
Apple’s legal team on February 5th sent a letter to cease and desist contacting Apple and its executive team. On that very day, he made several foul statements to a customer service rep on Apple Care support line while stating, “I don’t use ammunition but I know people who do,” while claiming that Apple’s CEO is a criminal and they’ve tried having Sharma killed while he was in the hospital.
The temporary restraining order forbids Rakesh from purchasing or owning guns, firearms or ammunition. The court will hold a hearing on March 3 at Santa Clara County Superior Court on March 3 to see the status of whether a more permanent restraining order is needed.
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