Eboni Williams — a former co-host of “The Fox News Specialists” and Curtis Sliwa’s co-host on ABC Radio — said the 44-year-old man rented a truck in Ohio and drove it all the way to her book-signing on the Upper East Side on September 12, 2017, according to sources.
He then handed her a creepy love note that gushed, “This is just the beginning of our love,” sources said.
The accused stalker, Omar Williams, who is not related to the TV and radio host, allegedly showed up at the Barnes & Noble book event on East 86th Street on Thursday after posting a series of bizarre comments on her Facebook page, police sources said.
He has also sent her a series of unwanted gifts and cards in the mail, including one that read, “One love,” sources said.
The creep first tried to walk into Williams’ Midtown office on August 30, 2017, but security snapped a photo and banned him from the building, according to police sources.
It’s already been a rough couple of months for Williams — who received death threats from Fox viewers after she criticized Trump for not calling out white nationalists when violence erupted in Virginia in August. While “Specialists” was canceled, she is still a Fox News host and legal analyst.
“I should meet my maker soon, I shouldn’t be allowed to walk the streets of New York,” Williams said at the time, recounting viewers’ menacing comments to Variety.com. “They heard that I live in Harlem — [they said] Harlem needs to watch out.”
The NYPD and FBI are now hunting for her accused stalker, who was previously busted in Georgia for aggravated assault.
He is 5-foot-11 and 150 pounds and hails from Xenia, Ohio, according to police sources.
It wasn’t immediately clear what unwanted gifts he gave her.
Williams’ book, “Pretty Powerful: Appearance, Substance, and Success,” was released September 12, 2017.