UPDATE: Tyra Banks stalker convicted.
Banks had in Manhattan Criminal court her terror when accused stalker Brady Green slipped past security into her Chelsea studio where she tapes her talk show.
"I was about to leave, and a bunch of people from my staff were like, ‘Stop, no, you can’t leave!" Banks said.
Her staff actually barricaded her in her dressing room to prevent the tawny beauty from exiting which freaked her out.
"I know I have fans, but I’ve never in my entire career had my staff react in this way," Banks testified.
Green, 39, is alleged to have stalked and harassed Tyra with unwanted phone calls, flowers and an uninvited visit to the studio. In the bouquet of flowers he professed his love.
Green’s defense attorney painted the accused as a harmless fan who loved watching Oprah and Montel Williams as well. He also pointed out the show’s website encouraged fans to contact the star and claims that Green never contacted the star by either phone or e-mail.
Green was convicted by Manhattan Criminal Court Judge James Burke on multiple charges of stalking, harassment, criminal trespass and attempted aggravated harassment.
When Greene is sentenced on June 18, he could face as many as 90 days in jail.