August 6, 2009 16:12

Man arrested for second time for stalking Miley Cyrus

53-year-old told police he is engaged to the teen singer

Man arrested for second time for stalking Miley Cyrus
A 53-year-old man has been arrested for the second time in Georgia for stalking 16-year-old Disney singer-actress Miley Cyrus.

Mark McLeod was charged on Wednesday (August 5) after being spotted on the set of her new movie ‘The Last Song’ on Tybee Island, near Savannah Georgia.

McLeod told police he is secretly engaged to the star, reports Reuters. He was first arrested in June after trying to get past a security perimeter on the movie set, and was issued a police order to stay away. He was held for just one day in custody due to over-crowding.

In March, McLeod told reporters he was Cyrus’s Number One fan at a book signing in New York. He lives in Georgia.

--By our New York staff.
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