Cape Cod Man Allegedly Threatened To Fly To Los Angeles To Kill Miranda Kerr
When police went to his home, they found photos of Kerr plastered on his bookcase, microwave, and refrigerator.
Steven C. Swanson, a resident of Cape Cod town East Sandwich, allegedly called the L.A. County Sheriff's Department to inform them of his plan to fly to the city to kill Victoria's Secret model Miranda Kerr, who has a home there. Swanson told the authorities Kerr was his "soul mate."
L.A. police notified officials in Sandwich of the threats, the Cape Cod Times reports.
Swanson said he would get on a plane at Barnstable Municipal Airport in Hyannis, travel to Logan International Airport in Boston and then go to Los Angeles, where he would "turn the place upside down," records show.
When Sandwich police arrived at his house, he told them he was going to Los Angeles to rescue Kerr. He also claimed to be a federal agent, court records show.
Swanson's house included photographs of Kerr on his refrigerator, microwave and bookshelf, records show. Swanson told police he planned to take two .45-caliber handguns he had ordered, but police found no firearms in his house. Police did confiscate a pellet gun "due to it looking like a real pistol."
Swanson was arrested for making threats with a firearm, which is a felony. He pleaded not guilty, but investigations are ongoing.