Keyshia Cole's stalker is expected to plead guilty of stalking and other charges in a hearing on Thursday, The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.
Webster is charged with aggravated stalking and other offenses for a recent incident involving Cole, according to a news release by the Fulton County District Attorney’s office. He faces up to 13 years in prison if he pleads guilty as expected.
In 2009, Cole considered putting her custom built 5 bedroom, 5 bath house on the market in 2009 after Webster followed her home one night. He was eventually caught with a large cache of weapons and convicted on a lesser charge.
“I own a gun – a Glock… and I called the police and told them I’d kill him and that I prefer not to,” said Keyshia in a cover story for the June 2009 issue of KING magazine.
Cole has filed at least two orders of protection against Webster, the AJC reports.
Webster was arrested on 2 separate occasions in July and August, 2011, for violating the protective orders. He has been in jail since his last arrest on Aug. 19, 2011, according to the AJC.
Webster is expected to plead guilty of aggravated stalking, misdemeanor stalking, and two counts of loitering and prowling when he appears Thursday morning before Senior Judge Stephanie Manis in Fulton County Superior court.
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Photos: KING magazine and Fulton County Sheriff's Office