Deeply Disturbed Lillian Muli Asks for Help

  • Citizen TV news anchor Lilian Muli in studio
    Citizen TV news anchor Lilian Muli in studio
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  • Citizen TV news anchor Lillian Muli has asked Kenyans for help after confessing that she was disturbed.

    In a candid post on Instagram on July 13, she raised the alarm over a woman whom she termed as a stalker. 

    She claimed that the woman had traced her for a second time to an establishment where she had gone to eat. 

    The stalker followed her and started taking images and videos of her car and sent them to a friend of the news anchor.  

    Citizen TV news anchor Lilian Muli beside her car
    Citizen TV news anchor Lilian Muli beside her car
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    “Yesterday the same woman happened to spot my car again, took a video and sent it to the very same person again. Still with malicious intent,” she posted.

    Muli explained that while it was every persons’ right to use their phone as they pleased, she felt the stalker was infringing on her privacy. 

    “Isn't this criminal? I would also like to expose the person here because this is the second time they are doing this and I am extremely offended. 

    “I also would not like this person to continue doing this to innocent people. Share your thoughts. Should I escalate this to the police? I am seriously very disturbed,” she appealed. 

    Fellow media celebrity Kambua Mathu advised the news anchor not to take the habit lightly. 

    Muli’s followers reiterated the musician’s advice while some questioned why the videos and photos were being sent to her friend. 

    “When these videos are sent to your friend, how do they react to them? Do they question your whereabouts? The recipient of the videos is the one to put this stalker in her place! But they seem to have entertained it the first time and the reason they were sent a second time. If this close friend cares about you they should have already taken action against the stalker!” Jay Zhane noted.

    Celebrity stalking is an obsessive addictive disorder in which a person becomes overly involved with the details of a celebrity's personal and professional life. 

    Psychologists have indicated that though many people obsess over film, television, sport and pop stars, the only common factor between them is that they are all figures in the public eye.

    Citizen TV news anchor with Reverend Lucy Natasha after an interview
    Citizen TV news anchor with Reverend Lucy Natasha after an interview
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