Emma Watson

British actress Emma Watson appeared "quite shaken" after students from the rival university Harvard stalked her during a recent football match, according to New York gossip column PageSix. The Harry Potter star, who attends Brown University, in Rhode Island, was at a game between the two schools on Saturday afternoon, but security guards had to surround her to protect her from harassment from the crowd. Harvard's student magazine The Voice targeted Watson and posted a blog on its Web site stating supporters would try to draw as much attention to her as possible. The post reads, "We will be Live-Tweetin' the game and possibly stalking Emma Watson, so keep your eyes peeled for that, too!" During the match, students from the Harvard Voice wrote a series of posts on, including: "In enemy territory. Lookin for a certain witch," and, "WATSON FOUND. I repeat WATSON FOUND." The magazine also posted a photo of the star and branded the stalking campaign a "success," PageSix is reporting. But after a series of complaints, the editor of The Voice attached a note to the picture saying, "There seems to be much ado about nothing over this photo and liveblog. Understand that these live tweets were made to be intentionally outrageous and overblown.
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Anonymous said…
Emma Watson may be an actress but she should be repected as a woman first and allowed to lead a normal life as a college student. Stalking is a crime in most of the United States and the perpetrator the Editor of the Voice should be expelled for his actions. I know if my daughter was treated in the same way I would be at the Presidents Office demading action either by his office or in the courts. There is no room for sexual harrassment at the college level and Ms. Watson should be left alone to pursue her dreams just like any other college student.