A criminal court in New York has upheld a stalking charge against a man who contacted "Saturday Night Live" producer Lorne Michaels on several occasions to discuss the show's supposed use of the man's "personal thoughts" and "sense of humor" without permission. Evans Pidhajecky's "sustained and escalating conduct," which included appearing at the producer's home twice in December 2007, had "no legitimate purpose" and gave Michaels "ample reason to be in fear," the judge wrote.
Stalking Charge Upheld in 'Saturday Night Live' Case
New York Law Journal
July 22, 2008