Four former eBay employees will plead guilty in cybestalking Natick couple for negative content about the company
Four eBay employees are accused of taking part in cyberstalking Natick couple who left a critical article about the company in its newsletter.
According to U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts, the four now-former workers of eBay will plead guilty on October 8 in what prosecutors labeled a cyberstalking campaign.
The four defendants allegedly ordered a bloody pig Halloween mask and funeral wreath to the couple to be delivered. They also delivered pornography to a neighbor’s house.
The felons, Brian Gilbert, Stephanie Popp, Stephanie Stockwell, and Veronica Zeak are charged with conspiracy to commit cyberstalking and conspiracy to tamper with a witness.
Court documents say that three more men, Philip Cooke and James Baugh of San Jose, and David Harville from New York are also charged in this case.