Police interviewed the victim at her home, and even during that short time, Roberts sent her two emails "indicating that she was selling her residence and that it's not a good time to start a criminal or civil court case." Investigators then drove the short distance to Roberts' home and arrested her for stalking.

On the way to jail in the back of the patrol car, Roberts "spontaneously uttered" admissions to the crime, police say.

"I am guilty as charged, but I won't accept a plea deal," she reportedly said. "I will make them work for it... I have bipolar disorder; I can't help what I do. I want him to admit what he did and pay for it; it's only simple [misdemeanor] stalking anyway."

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