A Maine man showed up outside CNN’s Atlanta headquarters earlier this month, claiming anchorwoman Robin Meade used on-air body language to tell him to travel to Atlanta, according to a police report.
Atlanta police have not arrested Gregory Fitzgerald, 32, of Lewiston, Me., but advised Meade to seek a restraining order against him, the police report said.
Apparently, CNN or Meade followed through. Fitzgerald was served with a restraining order before he returned to Maine, said his stepfather, Paul Stufflebeam of Lewiston.
The cable television network says Fitzgerald has e-mailed Meade and called CNN more than 30 times since November 2007, expressing a “love interest” in her and asking to meet, CNN security official Chico Robinson reported to police on Sept. 17
Meade anchors the Headline News morning show, “Morning Express with Robin Meade.”