A convicted stalker targeted more women – including the person supervising his community payback order imposed for the original offence.
Kieran Dorian, 23, also subjected another woman to a three-and-a-half-year campaign of torment.
He contacted his victim via Facebook in March 2014, bombarding her with messages until she finally blocked him. But he contacted her again via another account, calling her “empress” and “queen”.
A few months later he followed her around the Duncan of Jordanstone Art College degree show.
Fiscal depute Eilidh Robertson told Dundee Sheriff Court: “She was aware of the accused following her around exhibits but he did not speak to her at any point.”
In 2015 Dorian asked her to dance at the Reading Rooms nightclub, but she refused. A friend of the complainer said Dorian stared at the woman “in a crazed manner and not breaking eye contact”.
During 2016 he got her phone number, left voicemails and posted photos online of her. He also contacted her sister.
The complainer saw him sitting on a bench outside the Overgate in May last year before receiving more messages and, in December last year, he sent messages suggesting he thought they were in a relationship.
She blocked three Facebook accounts and five Twitter accounts belonging to Dorian.
Dorian also targeted the woman supervising a community payback order for similar behaviour towards four other women.
He sent her 14 messages and eight voicemails over one weekend this year, telling her she was “banging smoking hot”. He explicitly described sex acts he wanted to do to her, which she told police left her feeling “physically sick”.
Dorian, a prisoner at Perth, admitted two charges of fearful conduct towards two women, the first between March 2014-December 2017, and the second on February 10.
Sentence was deferred until January 21.
He was placed on the sex offenders register meantime and a non-harassment order imposed against the two women.