Judge In The Rihanna Case Had No Clue Who Rihanna Was

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According to Bossip and DailyMail…

Being a global superstar, it seems, is no guarantee people will know who you are.

Rihanna might have sold more than 30million albums worldwide, but when her alleged stalker appeared in an American court, the judge found himself rather confused as to her identity.

On being told that homeless Kevin McGlynn, 53, was ‘arrested for stalking Rihanna’, veteran New York judge Abraham Clott admitted he had no idea who she is.

He simply asked: ‘Who?’

McGlynn appeared in court for the first time on Friday to face the two charges of stalking and one of harassment, but was in such an agitated state he was unable to enter a plea or be granted bail and has been kept in custody so a psychiatric evaluation can be carried out.

McGlynn is accused of threatening the singer – real name Robyn Rihanna Fenty – in three notes dropped off at her rented $14.5million New York apartment on July 8 and 11.

The letters repeatedly called the singer a ‘b****’ and said McGlynn would break-in to the property.

McGlynn appeared in court for the first time on Friday to face the two charges of stalking and one of harassment, but was in such an agitated state he was unable to enter a plea or be granted bail and has been kept in custody so a psychiatric evaluation can be carried out.

McGlynn is accused of threatening the singer – real name Robyn Rihanna Fenty – in three notes dropped off at her rented $14.5million New York apartment on July 8 and 11.

The letters repeatedly called the singer a ‘b****’ and said McGlynn would break-in to the property.

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