A man has been arrested for allegedly stalking MSNBC anchor Tamron Hall, the New York Post reported Friday.
Kevin Lee Miller, a 55-year-old man from Florida, allegedly showed up outside Hall's New York home on Monday.
"I see you are being incognito," he said, according to the Post. "Do you live around here? Do you like New York better than Chicago?" He then followed her for several blocks. When he reportedly showed up again on Wednesday, Hall called 911, and Miller was arrested.
It's at least the second time Hall has had to deal with a stalker. While she was working at a Chicago television station, a man repeatedly sent her sexually explicit emails and letters asking her to marry him. He even turned up outside the studio where she worked. He was eventually jailed in 2004.