February 8, 2011 by Post Team
Pradeep Manukonda, Just because a foreigner tries to find you work and your home does not mean you are being harassed. In fact, it does. But that’s not how he sees Pradeep Manukonda. The 31-year-old man who recently had a restraining order filed against him by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is now admitted his dismay at the situation. Talking with TMZ, Manukonda said he feels bad the situation, stressing that it is “a peaceful guy.” Apparently, all his efforts to contact Zuckerberg were just to discuss a problem not to disclose personal. “I thought Mark would be able to give me advice,” he said.
Legal action and this entire negative PR seem to be enough to silence him, though. Manukonda has no intention to continue its solicitation. “I understand he is a busy man,” he said. “I will respect his privacy.”
Manukonda is accused of leaving flowers and a handwritten note at his home on foot to the said house, and come in several offices of Facebook looking for him.
According to handwritten notes and messages on the Facebook wall, Manukonda constantly referred to some problems he wanted Mark Zuckerberg to help.
Probably could not understand the privacy settings – they are beyond confusion.
“Thanks for your time and attention to my problem,” the note reads. “I owe my whole life to your service, please help me, I am ready to die for you.”
A judge said Manukonda to stay at least 300 meters Zuckerberg, his sister and his girlfriend. In an interview, Manukonda apologized for his behavior.
“I’m a peaceful guy … I’m sorry, he thought I was trying to hurt him, “he said.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has obtained an injunction to keep 31-year Pradeep Manukonda 300 feet away and the two people closest to him, his sister and his girlfriend Priscilla Chan Randy Zuckerberg.
Manukonda Zuckerberg was harassing for money through Facebook messages and try to contact him at his home.
Barry Schnitt, a director at Facebook, has confirmed the report with NBC News, “We are confirming that the restraining order was granted, but does not provide additional details,” Schnitt said.
TMZ reported legal documents in connection with the restraining order said on January 24, 2011, Manukonda was discovered on the porch of the house Zuckerberg, before being arrested by security Facebook.
It was on January 28, 2011, when Manukonda sent flowers and a handwritten note at home Zuckerberg in an attempt to get money for his family which he is having financial difficulties.
TMZ has reported one of the messages sent to Zuckerberg on Facebook was, “please help me, then I am ready to die for you… Please understand my pain.”
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