Priest Arrested for Allegedly Stalking Conan O'Brien
A Boston priest has been arrested for allegedly stalking late night talk show host CONAN O'BRIEN, according to the Associated Press.
The AP reports that the priest, the Rev. DAVID AJEMIAN, allegedly sent O'Brien threatening letters on the letterhead of his parish, the Archdiocese of Boston, and was arrested last week outside the studio where "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" tapes.
According to the AP's report, the alleged emails and notes began in 2006 -- the priest allegedly called himself "your priest stalker" in one note and wrote, "Is this the way you treat your most dangerous fans?" in another. He also allegedly contacted O'Brien's parents.
The NYPD press office told ET that O'Brien made the actual complaint himself against Ajemian.
The Boston Archdiocese released a statement saying that Ajemian has been put on leave and forbidden from "ministering publicly" reports the AP.