24-year-old stalker broke into WWE star Sonya Deville’s property with knife

A long-term stalker with an upsetting fixation for professional wrestler Sonya Deville broke into her home on Sunday in a bombed endeavor to kidnap her. Phillip Thomas II, of South Carolina, ventured out many miles to the casualty’s home in Tampa to carry out a wrongdoing he had made arrangements for eight months.

The 24-year-old stalker left his vehicle at a close by chapel late Saturday night, strolled to her property, cut an opening in the porch screen and remained there for around three to four hours, watching and tuning in through the windows. The professional wrestler, whose genuine name is Daria Berenato, headed to sleep not long before 3 a.m. on Sunday, provoking the criminal to make his turn.

Thomas went into the house through the back entrance, which promptly set off the alarm. That is when Berenato glanced out the window and saw the man. She and her visitor fled the home in a vehicle and called 911 preceding Thomas could get close to them. Cops showed up fast and got the stalker who was still inside the house with mace, duct tape, plastic zip ties and different things. Thomas purportedly admitted to venturing out to Tampa to kidnap WWE star.