London– British tennis player Emma Ryadukanu has become tense due to a Nepali. Amrit Magar, 35, was convicted by Bromley Magistrates’ Court on Friday of pursuing him to his home in south-east London. A London-based married man living in Edgeware has been found guilty of pursuing Emma and stealing her father’s shoes as a gift. He was apprehended from CCTV footage at the door.

According to the Daily Mail, Magar visited Emma’s home at least three times in December. He also worked as a delivery driver for Amazon in the past. He visited Emma’s house for the first time and left a bouquet of flowers saying ‘You deserve love’. During the interrogation, Emma’s parents lied that she was the delivery driver and that the flowers were sent by others.

Magar, who visited Emma’s house for the second time, drew a map with Christmas decorations and said that he had traveled 23 miles to meet her. During her statement to the court, Emma said that she felt that her freedom had been taken away because of Magar. That is why he said that he felt more insecure when he was out of the house and alone in it. She also said that she wanted to change her home because of this stress. Emma, ​​19, won the world-famous US Open last year.

By Auther