X-Rated Pics and Racy Messages – Ex NYU Professor Arrested For Stalking Citi’s Chief Economist.
Heleen Mees had been in a relationship with Citigroup’s Willem Buiter, but when things soured, the Dutch economist and one-time NYU professor began sending him a barrage of messages through emails, which ranged from racy, to X-rated, to demented. Mees was arrested on Monday night.
Dutch economist Heleen Mees was apparently obsessed with chief Citigroup economist Willem Butler, sending him thousands of emails over a two-year period and even continuing to contact him after he filed a cease-and-desist.
Dutch economist Heleen Mees was apparently obsessed with chief Citigroup economist Willem Buiter, sending him thousands of emails over a two-year period and even continuing to contact him after he filed a cease-and-desist.
Heleen Mees messages ranged from X-rated (‘Shall I lick your b—s?’) to the demented (‘Hope your plane falls out of the sky’).
Heleen Mees, 44, was busted for stalking and harassing chief Citigroup economist Willem Buiter — sending him photos of herself masturbating and images of other naked women, the Daily News has learned.
A one-time NYU professor, Mees sent Buiter more than 1,000 emails over a two-year period, authorities said.
At least one message was far darker. “Hope your plane falls out of the sky,” Mees wrote to Buiter, court papers say.
In addition to repeatedly contacting Willem Buiter (above), Mees also sent messages to his wife and children, according to court papers.
The pair were once lovers — but at some point, the romance apparently soured and Mees unleashed her wrath on her fellow Dutchman. A noted researcher and columnist who speaks five languages, Mees barraged Buiter with an avalanche of emails between July 1, 2011, and Monday.
In addition to sending him X-rated images of herself, she sent him a photo of dead birds on May 3.
Mees also targeted Buiter’s economist wife, Anne, and children, sending them unwanted messages as well, court papers say. Buiter demanded she stop, and still the loony stalker kept harassing him.
Mees’ Legal Aid lawyer, Vaneshka Hyacinthe, said her client “had a longstanding relationship” with Buiter and “the emails go in both directions.”
Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Robert Mandelbaum issued Mees an order of protection and demanded she stay away from Buiter and his family.
“Do not call them, do not go to their home, school, businesses, place of employment . . . no email, no text messages, instant messages, no phone calls, letters, fax or voice messages,” the judge said.
A spokesman for the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service said Mees taught a course there last fall.
A doorman at her building in DUMBO, Brooklyn, described her as a generous tipper and frequent traveler who is always seen with her bike and laptop.
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